clipping level

clipping level

[′klip·iŋ ‚lev·əl]
(electronics)
The level at which a clipping circuit is adjusted; for example, the magnitude of the clipped wave shape.

clipping level

A disk's ability to maintain its magnetic properties and hold its content. A high-quality level range is 65-70%; low quality is below 55%.
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It adopts the Schroeder phases as the initial phases and uses variable clipping level based on logarithmic function in the iteration procedure.
The piecewise linear companding transform, presented in [3], and its inverse are defined using three parameters: clipping level [[alpha].
Clipping level is defined for symbols in each subset separately.
This is not a surprise for those who have ever checked the actual CF of the shaker table acceleration after setting up a certain clipping level for the drive signal.
5 because the signal rms was reduced by removing all time history points higher than the clipping level.
I have no problem with someone saying that an amp sounds clean and transparent to them (I did so with all of my amplifier reviews), because any decently designed amp will sound just that way, at least below the clipping level and with normal-type speaker loads.
If the peaks are kept just below the clipping level, the average efficiency will correspond approximately to the efficiency of the PA at the mean power level, which can be several dBs lower than the PEP.
WORDLENGTH OF THE TRANSMITTED SYMBOLS AND OPTIMAL CLIPPING LEVEL
MAX] is greater than the clipping level of the amplifier [a.
The clipping levels in renewed annually within the framework of the appropriations (0-2 units / year).
The MPXHZ9000 family can be ordered with factory programmed ratio-metric clipping levels.
With most speakers, played at volume levels below clipping levels, amps are indeed "amps," and are anything but the romanticized items that some enthusiasts wax poetic about.