circuit conditioning

circuit conditioning

[′sər·kət kən′dish·ə·niŋ]
(electronics)
Test, analysis, engineering, and installation actions to upgrade a communications circuit to meet an operational requirement; includes the reduction of noise, the equalization of phase and level stability and frequency response, and the correction of impedance discontinuities, but does not include normal maintenance and repair activities.
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RF low-pass and bandpass filters are used for RF front-end circuit conditioning and filtering of harmonics and other unwanted signal frequencies.
Additional features include circuit conditioning and amplification, as well as temperature compensation.