frequency distortion

frequency distortion

[¦frē·kwən·sē di′stȯr·shən]
(electronics)
Distortion in which the relative magnitudes of the different frequency components of a wave are changed during transmission or amplification. Also known as amplitude distortion; amplitude-frequency distortion; waveform-amplitude distortion.
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It contains an equalizer to reduce frequency distortion, and supports online video streaming.
By estimating the channel characteristics, this block equalizes the frequency distortion due to the multipath4 delay spread.
In specialty applications, where sound attenuation with minimal change in frequency distortion is necessary, custom molded earplugs may be required.
Noise and frequency distortion can seriously undercut the intelligibility of human speech even though its audibility is good.
The rolloff in high frequency distortion of both devices is due to their inherent high frequency rolloff.
The low frequency distortion is constant, with improvement in distortion intercept point at the higher frequencies.

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