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filter design

[′fil·tər di‚zīn]
(electronics)
The design of electrical networks in which the principle of electrical resonance is used to make the network accept wanted frequencies while rejecting unwanted ones.
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This book outlines topics related to thin-film optical coatings, many of which are supported by MATLAB scripts, to help readers construct optical coating simulators that can be revised to explore specific filter design tasks.
The 2-stage filter design suppresses interference voltages more effectively over a much broader frequency spectrum than single-stage filters, thereby having a positive effect on electromagnetic compatibility.
Authors in literature [11-13] investigated the problem of [H.sub.[infinity]] filter design for continuous-time via Takagi-Sugeno fuzzy model approach.
With this structure, the methodology for delay filter design can be divided into two categories: (a) time-domain methodology [6] and (b) frequency-domain methodology [7].
Abstract: In this work, we present a frequency transformation based dual-band filter design approach using scattering based real frequency technique.
In the control literature, one of the most studied topics is the filter design problem [9].
Another critical component of EMI filter design is minimizing insertion loss to ensure maximum efficacy.
There are areas of EMI filter design in which designers can save on cost, but they should confer with device designers to decide whether the drawbacks make up for the money they save.
At the core of the joint venture was Panasonic's engineering and process talent, expertise in filter design and products, as well as 412 fundamental filter patents and patent applications for surface acoustic wave and temperature compensated SAW devices.
Internal noise levels are kept to a minimum, while an industry-leading air filter design ensures a clean cab environment.
In [14] the [l.sub.1] norm of the filter coefficients is added as a regularization term to the FIR filter design objective function.