filter loss

filter loss

[′fil·tər ‚lȯs]
(science and technology)
The amount of fluid passed through a permeable membrane in a given time.
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It is a remarkable achievement to improve the efficacy of the wireless transmission system by reducing the dependency on a power amplifier to compensate for the passive filter loss.
The combined total of the input and output switches and the filter loss provide the 7.
f] is the filter loss, T is the temperature of the components in Kelvin and F is the NF of the amplifier.