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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Four different band-pass filters utilizing stepped impedance resonator and defected ground structures are proposed.
It is a good example of using wavelet decomposition as a band-pass filter.
We use the Christiano-Fitzgerald band-pass filter, and for robustness checking of our results also the filter of Baxter and King (1999).
5 GHz and fed into a band-pass filter with 2 GHz bandwidth.
TDK's thin-film technologies developed through the manufacture of HDD magnetic heads are applied to create a 1005-size band-pass filter that is just 0.
In a typical back-pocket model (Landy & Oruc, 2002, their Figure 1), the input image goes through a set of linear, band-pass, spatial filters (first-order channels); then, a point-wise non-linearity (full-wave rectification) is applied to the outputs; and finally, a second-order, linear, low-pass or lower spatial-frequency tuned band-pass filter is used (see the flowchart in Figure 2B).
t], so that the band-pass filter for the gap is 1 - [c.
This causes a peak in the noise spectrum, which is excluded effectively by the 25-45 kHz band-pass filter.
Like the HP filter, the band-pass filter is a two-sided filter.
The detector output is fed into a band-pass filter which strips the DC signal from extended sources.
A novel compact ultra-wideband band-pass filter with good transmission characteristic and group delay is presented by using a new kind of multiple-mode resonator (MMR), open stubs and DGS.
Also e-con provides 2 lens options one with Full spectrum including NIR and the other lens with IR Band-pass Filter for only NIR spectrum.