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deemphasis

[dē′em·fə·səs]
(engineering acoustics)
A process for reducing the relative strength of higher audio frequencies before reproduction, to complement and thereby offset the preemphasis that was introduced to help override noise or reduce distortion. Also known as postemphasis; postequalization.
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The other half of the problem he lays, as is typical in this book, at the Obama administrations doorstep due to its de-emphasis on Europe and its weak behavior towards Putin's Russia.
It is in connection with Patocka, however, that Bolton's de-emphasis of political theory results in a potentially misleading account.
[4] Today, however, attaining these crucial values in medical education is hampered by serious challenges, which are traceable to the systemic de-emphasis of these values that has taken place since formal medical ethics education was pioneered.
* A rise in secularism: Set aside that one in five Americans today say they have no religious identity Even among those who do claim a denominational label, "there is a de-emphasis on practicing faith," said the Rev.
Evangelicals have over-seized on the unseen at the expense of the outward expression of faith; hence, their de-emphasis on the sacramental.
In addition, one of the unintended effects of the patient safety movement is the de-emphasis of any individual physician culpability.
We don't really look at the streak," Flink said, staying with coach Jeff Cormier's de-emphasis of the third-longest winning streak in the nation.
AOL said global ad revenue grew despite being negatively impacted by the sale of ICQ, Bebo and Digital Marketing Services, the affect of European shutdowns, and de-emphasis of search engine campaign management.
The DS8OPCI102, DS8OPCI402 and DS8OPCI800 provide receive equalization gain up to 36 dB and transmit de-emphasis of 12 dB to deliver 3x the signal reach and half the power (65 mW/channel) of competitive devices, according to the company.
I believe one of the biggest mistakes of recent years has been the de-emphasis in graduate programs on preparation for nurse educators.
In addition, Eye Doctor II permits user-control for addition or removal of pre- or de-emphasis in transmitter signals, and also permits the ability to emulate the hardware equalizer used in the receiver so as to allow eye diagram and jitter calculations for the Thunderbolt signal as seen by the receiver.