The complex frequency
response of such ideal line connected between the source of oscillations with internal impedance [Z.
In expression 39), is the complex frequency
, [gamma](p) the complex propagation constant, and [upsilon](p) and i(p) are the unknown voltage and the current vectors, respectively.
N] as a function of the complex frequency
in a certain frequency range.
But because it typically is hard-wired to the DUT, the channel characteristics are negligible, and the resulting display is simply the signal's complex frequency
response at the point of measurement.
At the same time, there is a different theory of electric circuits , ,  based on the concept of complex frequency
This means that the energy we produce with the fundamental frequency (the lowest frequency in the complex frequency
spectrum we produce) generally doesn't get the preferential treatment by a listener.
The attenuation effect is considered through the imaginary part of the dimensionless complex frequency
Applying Laplace transformation to the equations of motion of the system and letting s = j[omega], the complex frequency
response expression are determined by the magnitudes [M.
Ultimately, designers will need to consider this as another variable in the already complex frequency
planning task for communication infrastructure applications.
To solve the characteristic Equation 9, [Omega] is replaced by a complex frequency
that contains the measured resonant frequency [Omega.
Superconducting filters will be the building blocks of complex frequency
channelizers - a bank of 40 such filters would require only 10 cubic in.
Javanese music often sounds strange to Western ears because it features different, more complex frequency