amplitude response

amplitude response

[′am·plə‚tüd ri′späns]
(electronics)
The maximum output amplitude obtainable at various points over the frequency range of an instrument operating under rated conditions.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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At lower frequencies (about <15 kHz), the amplitude response in Figure 6(a) shows a peak at about 12 kHz for both middle and basal locations.
1, the amplitude of eyeblink responses to CS- remained quite stable over the five blocks, whereas amplitude response to CS+ increased significantly from the third trial block onwards.
As can be seen in Figure 8, when the excitation frequency changes in different directions, the system amplitude response is as follows.
Let us mention that, for the sake of mathematical development, the Taylor expansion of the sine function is also used as when we were deriving the amplitude response curve in Section 2.
In a wide comparison among adaptive algorithms, parameters of antenna pattern, amplitude response, error diagram and BER are studied.
A way to modify the natural Fabry-Perot amplitude response of the grating is to stimulate different modes within the slit.
Post-hoc comparisons indicated that for the GAD patient group, there was a mean P300 amplitude response of [S.sub.negative/negative] [S.sub.neutral/negative] (P = 0.016) only in the right region.
In order to observe the effect of the inclination angle of amplitude response, the amplitude-inclination angle curves are given in Figure 3; in those curves, the vibration frequencies of the anchor point are fixed.
Collier, "Amplitude response ofsingle-wall carbon nanotube probes during tapping mode atomic force microscopy: modeling and experiment," Nano Letters, vol.

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