corner frequency

corner frequency

[′kȯr·nər ‚frē·kwən·sē]
(control systems)
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For the 85 % of rock bursts, the corner frequency does not exceed 23 Hz.
This decrease of necessary volumes follows from the fact that small volumes mean higher resistances and thereby lower corner frequency [f.
Upper corner frequency ranges from 500 to 5,000 Hz.
The amplifier enables users to mix and match filter characteristics and independently select and program each module's coupling (AC or DC), corner frequency, gain steps up to x1000 in either single-ended or differential measurements.
The USBPGF-S1 has an internal corner frequency control source, or it can be dynamically controlled from an external source providing a low-pass filter corner frequency from 0.
The ability to program the internal capacitor values of the ispPAC10 gives the user the flexibility to vary, for example, the gain of a filter, corner frequency, and other characteristics, without the need for external components, hence allowing the designer to realize thousands of distinct analog circuits and filter characteristics from a given circuit architecture.
In the case of AE from hydraulic stimulation in the basement crystalline rock, the corner frequency of detectable AE is expected to be in a range of 10~200 Hz, depending on the size of the pre-existing fracture system and the sensitivity of the AE detectors.
corner frequency Features (10A) and low DR * Roll off of 20 dB octave resistance * Attenuation >30 dB between 800 (0.
This means that any changes occurring above the corner frequency formed by R[C.
Using SPI control, system designers can select the corner frequency of the 31-MHz, 6-pole Butterworth filter in 1-MHz resolution.
2013) and below the corner frequency the amplitude spectra of particle displacement is flat down to 0 Hz (Aki and Richards, 2002).
c] is the corner frequency of LC-formed low-pass filter, [f.