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submultiple

[səb′məl·tə·pəl]
(mathematics)
A number or quantity divided by an integer.
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k] is a submultiple of [pi] and this is true for every 1 [less than or equal to] k [less than or equal to] n.
The sampling clock derived from the trigger signal via a PLL is set to a frequency slightly lower than an integer submultiple of the bit clock.
If the switching action (typically in picoseconds) occurs at an exact or submultiple (one, one-half, one-third, .
255+ MHz is an exact submultiple of the atomic resonance frequency 6.
The distortion components can be submultiples of the fundamental frequencies in a power system and cause distortion in the sinusoidal wave shape and are called harmonic distortion but generally the integer multiples are referred as harmonic components and are harmonic distortion.
Regarding the investigation of this article, B and its units Tesla, and submultiples micro Tesla (mT) will be the reference variable and units.
i] is usually the submultiples, or multiples of the engine rotating speed (i.
Let P be a hyperbolic Coxeter polytope which is a polytope in hyperbolic space whose dihedral angles are submultiples of n.
If it were a question of comparisons here, would we not attribute to joy that crowd of descendants that the submultiples [roughly: the first five overtones] offer, whose existence is indicated by the resonance [of a sounding body]?
For the United States, K20 is calibrated at the BIPM, and the unit of mass is then disseminated at NIST from K20 to a mass scale covering multiples and submultiples of the kilogram, as outlined in Ref.
If frequencies are used which are submultiples of the sample rate, the waveform will exercise only a few codes of the digital word.
Vibrations of sound disperse, periodic movements go through space with their harmonics or submultiples.