frequency characteristic

frequency characteristic

[¦frē·kwən·sē ‚kar·ik·tə′ris·tik]
(engineering)
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Consequently, traditional power system modeling and simulation are focused on the voltage characteristics of power equipment with less consideration of the frequency characteristic. However, with the high penetration of distributed generation [1,2], system frequency will fluctuate when a random imbalance between power generation and demand exists.
FFT does not have to be time varying frequency characteristic, this has led to inadequate at the same time windows having different frequency characteristics of the case, FFT and wavelet transform does not adapt, just to make up for this inadequacy.
Therefore, to synthesize FSS with a desired frequency characteristic, one typically resorts to an error procedure and tedious trial, since few systematic alternatives are currently available for this purpose.
The experiments are to analyze the relation between the transmission distance and received voltage, to analyze the output power with frequency transmitted of the designed circuit, to identify the current versus resistance characteristics and output frequency characteristic.
In addition to the parameters specified above, the AE waveform and signal spectrogram are influenced by crack type, radiation direction, signal attenuation, frequency characteristic of AE sensor, noise, and edge reflections.
Because of this radio frequency characteristic, radio frequencies can be shared and reused worldwide.
For the electrically short (much shorter than a wavelength) dipole the frequency characteristic is flat.
This low frequency characteristic extended to the lower midrange and a bit above that, so electric bass, rock kick drum, orchestral bass drums and the orchestra on stage left were reproduced with realism and authority that belied the speakers' size.
The chirped signal enters a dispersive delay TABULAR DATA OMITTED line (DDL) with a time delay versus frequency characteristic that is the inverse of the modulating wave-form.
Theory predicts that the efficiency of producing a train of sidebranches synchronized with the pulse rate should be highest at some frequency characteristic of the system.
This particular frequency characteristic of the CRLH-TL has been exploited in the development of many types of microwave and mm-wave devices, among them various types of antennas.
It is displayed that the frequency characteristic curves bend towards lower frequency with the natural frequency much smaller than the initial value.

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