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phase response

[′fāz ri‚späns]
(electronics)
A graph of the phase shift of a network as a function of frequency.
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Taking (1) and (2) into consideration, the phase response of the filters can be calculated as follows, respectively:
The amplitude and phase response of the R&S FSW85 together with the R&S FSW-B5000 are fully characterized at the factory across the entire frequency range.
Hepcidin (Hep), ferroportin-1(Fpn-1) and transferrin (Tf) are the important proteins associated with iron metabolism and the onset of acute phase response (APR) influences their gene expressions.
In another study, high and significant association was observed between acute phase response, swelling of joints, and radiological progression15.
Differences in sample phase response times can provide information about the degree and locus of stimulus discrimination.
Characterizing the acute phase response in healthy patients following total joint arthroplasty: Predictable and consistent.
The copper surface roughness can alter the phase constant of an EM wave, (2) changing the phase response of the circuit.
The acute phase response and exercise: the ultramarathon as prototype exercise.
Accordingly, enteral nutrition support using arginine may regulate the acute phase response after burn by in- hibiting the release of TIL-6 and TNF-a, so as to pro- mote the synthesis of visceral protein in liver cells.
The highly integrated hybrid MIC design architecture offers the benefit of greater immunity to noise on control lines and gives more uniform performance from unit to unit, achieves a flatter phase response over a wider frequency bandwidth with higher power handling and improved linearity performance.
Infections, trauma, and neoplasias that trigger an acute phase response may exacerbate ISD in susceptible species and may be the primary cause in species that are normally resistant to ISD (ie, those that are normally able to shut down intestinal iron absorption when iron stores are replete).