band-pass filter


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band-pass filter

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band-pass filter

[′band ‚pas ‚fil·tər]
(electronics)
An electric filter which transmits more or less uniformly in a certain band, outside of which the frequency components are attenuated.
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The Muller-Lyer illusion is physically carried in the AM component of single band-pass filtered images in which the illusion is perceived, including images lacking low spatial frequencies.
This model, in turn, is used to forecast and backcast 300 observations, and the 600-term band-pass filter is applied to the resulting series.
The correction of gravity observations with band-pass filters can improve the signal-to-noise ratio of weak signals in the elaboration of long period normal mode seismology.
Under certain fairly weak additional assumptions, the existence of the band-pass filter is implicit in (1) since it implies in effect that we can decompose our stationary time series into components indexed by frequency, [omega].
Figure 5 presents the simulated Scattering (S) parameter frequency responses to band-pass filter. It is observed that the proposed structure has a pass-band characteristic with two obvious transmission poles at 48.6 GHz and 54.4 GHz which provides a good return loss.
Weng, "Compact tri-layer ultra-wideband band-pass filter with dual notch bands," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol.
In this paper, the TM01, TM11 and TM21 modes will be employed to realize a third evanescent-mode band-pass filter. It can be found that the maximum value of m is 2, which means, four capacitors are necessary.
The micro-strip lines will perform an effect just like a band-pass filter which can only pass frequencies at 5.15-5.825 GHz from the patch to the ground plane.
Hsieh, "Tri-band band-pass filter with sharp passband skirts designed using tri-section SIRs," IEEE Microw.
DCMA-86 series apply 5.47 - 5.725GHz band-pass filter on DCMA-86III and 5.725 - 5.875GHz on DCMA-86II combining high rejection dielectric resonator design to mitigate unwanted interference signal.
The accelerometers signals are continuously acquired using a 10 kS buffer, a sampling frequency of 10 kHz, and a band-pass filter from 0.5 Hz to 300 Hz (ISO 8041:2005, 2005; UNI ENV 12299, 2003), then the magnitude of the acceleration vector is calculated and the RMS value of each measured component is stored as an indicator of the vibration level.