optimum filter

optimum filter

[′äp·tə·məm ′fil·tər]
(electronics)
An electric filter in which the mean square value of the error between a desired output and the actual output is at a minimum.
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Since only a very small fraction of its coefficient values are nonzero, its complexity is very much lower than the infinite wordlength minimax optimum filter [J.
The special design of these tested filter media offers an optimum filter surface to body volume ratio.
s](n) is the recorded sub-sampled signal and w is the optimum filter weight vector given by
The Wiener filter is an optimum filter for the detection of the useful signal, which contains the AE signal along with noise [4, 5].
In both systems, the optimum filter sizes were large enough that the loading time was extended beyond the specified 3 months for VAV and 6 months for DOAS.
This graded density filter media traps the larger particles on the outer layers and the smaller ones towards the center, ensuring optimum filter life.
A synchronization facility enables multiple modules to operate at exactly the same frequency to facilitate optimum filter design for quiet running -- RF or conducted.
In addition, the machine's dust filter captures even microscopic particles and is cleaned automatically during operation to maintain optimum filter efficiency.
Disposable filters can offer lower maintenance time and costs and longer Optimum Filter Life Expectancy.
New operators do not have to interpret a trace on a vector analyzer but can rely on the software to help quickly and accurately tune each resonator, and adjust the coupling between resonators to obtain the desired optimum filter response.
The optimum filter run with high flow rate was reduced from 96 hours to 70 hours in one typical case to avoid a breakthrough in particle count.
Gerd Gaiser, Director Pre-Development Exhaust Technology of Eberspacher comments on this tool, "The software resulting from this cooperation allows us to design optimum filter geometries with regard to soot loading distributions and the avoidance of partial regenerations even under difficult design conditions.

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