relative bandwidth

relative bandwidth

[′rel·əd·iv ′band‚width]
(electronics)
For an electric filter, the ratio of the bandwidth being considered to a specified reference bandwidth, such as the bandwidth between frequencies at which there is an attenuation of 3 decibels.
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From this expression, the relative bandwidth is directly proportional to the inductance L and inversely proportional to the capacitance C.
The DMM will require two flat, highly polished, multilayer-coated silicon substrates in order to select X-rays within a continuous range of energies 8-18 keV with a relative bandwidth on the order of 1 % and with high efficiency.
25 GHz, with a relative bandwidth greater than 100%, with a maximum variation equal to 28 mm.
4% relative bandwidth "bent" monopole MTM-based antenna for aeronautic applications.
The new user interface offers a easier method for users to create complex sets of rules via an object oriented configuration and new triggers can be set for backup, and new QoS settings such as session limits and relative bandwidth settings.
These results have been explained by means of the CBM model assuming filters with a constant relative bandwidth (in octaves) (Blackwell, 1998; Rovamo et al.
min]) and relative bandwidth as a function of the location of the inductor, that is the distance from the feed point to the inductor, are shown in Figure 6.
Unlike conventional or accelerated transfer solutions, Aspera's fasp protocol can on-the-fly adjust the relative bandwidth used and guarantee the speed and finish time of a high-priority transfer job, physical bandwidth permitting, regardless of network distance.
The high frequency band with a relative bandwidth ([absolute value of [S.
The frequency shifted toward high side was obtained after EM simulation of four filters at 8 GHz, 12 GHz, 26 GHz and 34 GHz with 12% relative bandwidth.
The relative bandwidth is found to be around 20% and the in-band insertion loss is 2.

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