tuned filter


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tuned filter

[¦tünd ′fil·tər]
(electronics)
Filter that uses one or more tuned circuits to attenuate or pass signals at the resonant frequency.
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This method requires a skilled operator and a "golden" filter to compare time response between the tuned filter and an ideal one.
ADI reduced the amplitude of the unwanted sideband into a load by designing a tuned filter network to provide the proper sum termination as a function of the RF and LO frequencies.
Since the resistor value is infinity, the high pass filters it self will work as a series tuned filter.
0] of the correctly tuned filter and, based on the measured reflection characteristics, the detuned coupling matrix M.
G, collected from a properly tuned filter randomly, with the use of a robot.
The YIG tuned filter (YTF) is one of the more difficult devices to measure because of its sensitivity to current fluctuations in its tuning coil (in this case 10 rad/mA) and its sensitivity to temperature variation, as shown in Figure 9a.
Impulse responses are brief, damped oscillations indicative of broadly tuned filters.