basic frequency

basic frequency

[′bā·sik ′frē·kwən·sē]
(physics)
The frequency, in any wave, which is considered the most important; in a driven system, it would generally be the driving frequency, while in most periodic waves it would correspond to the fundamental frequency.
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With advanced 14nm process and a basic frequency up to 1.8GHz, the device can effectively reduce power consumption and control heat.
The applied AC ripple current was the odd multiples of basic frequency. AC losses were measured under different amplitudes of AC currents and at different frequencies.
Featuring three 2W drivers which powers music quality at bass, mid-range and treble frequencies, the basic frequency range of the bass is 40Hz-400Hz and can go up to 4000Hz for bass harmonics.
where [[[C.sub.a]].sup.e] is the stiffness proportional matrix, [[beta].sup.(i).sub.c] is the damping constants, [[xi].sup.(i)] is the damping ratio estimated from the global behaviour of the system, and [[omega].sub.n] is the basic frequency of the considered structure.
While taking the modern evolution of linguistics into account, she diverges from several contemporary mainstream schools of thought, for example taking a fundamentally qualitative approach though providing some basic frequency figures.
With an increase in speed, both the basic frequency sound pressure level and the A-weighting total sound pressure value gradually increased, and those of the improved model averaged about 5 dB lower than those of the original model at the same speed, thereby proving that a reduction in the exhaust pressure can effectively reduce noise of twin-screw engine-driven superchargers.
The study indicated interval differences regarding exacerbation, times, EEG monitoring duration, basic frequency, presence of slow-waves and beta waves, spike discharges, and severity of EEG arrhythmia between patients with and without EBBs, but this study indicated no significance ( P > 0.05).
In addition, many of them (for instance, the GaukrogerSkingle -Heron (GSH) method [28], the Ewins-Gleeson method [22] and other basic frequency domain methods [5]) are affected by a low level of automation, i.e.
The FF consist of the basic frequency parameters, as the first three formant positions ([F.sub.1], [F.sub.2], and [F.sub.3]) together with their bandwidths, and the complementary parameters (usually the formant tilts) that can be calculated by several techniques [8].
Dawson estimates it is possible to have as many as four different programs on the same basic frequency.
The Compton wavelength of the electron (3 d) or that of the positron (3 [bar.d]) in each case results in a basic frequency of approximately [10.sup.20] Hz.