tuning range

tuning range

[′tün·iŋ ‚rānj]
(electronics)
The frequency range over which a receiver or other piece of equipment can be adjusted by means of a tuning control.
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TM] offers a wide RF tuning range, multiple high-speed external data interfaces, and web-server based user interface for simplifying usage.
The platform integrates an ultra-stable multi-line reference that ensures high accuracy over the full tuning range.
This extraordinary, new laser system features ultrashort pulses over a very broad tuning range of 680 to 1300 nm for deepest imaging, delivering continuous, fully-automated tuning from a single beam.
With a 70 MHz tuning range, selectable channel width and 128-bit encryption available for secure transmission, it makes this one of the most versatile SATEL products available.
The new devices optimally combine tuning range, RF quality factor (Q) and frequency operation, providing a superior solution to existing fixed approaches.
The solutions have enabled Sennheiser to developed tunable high-order filters whose pass bands are synchronised over a wide tuning range, without using an input low noise amplifier.
A vigorous spin traverses a large part of the tuning range.
The laser has a stability of about 80 MHz over a 10 s period, with a line width less than 300 kHz, and a -3 dB tuning range of 1525 nm to 1585 nm.
Up to 64 MHz overall tuning range (region dependent)
The wide tuning range of the synthesiser and the programmable IF channel filter enable the users to cover a wide frequency spectrum and different broadcast channel bandwidths.
The transmitter also features low phase noise, coupled with low power consumption and a wide tuning range, improving the fidelity of the signal and enabling the device to be tuned to a range optimized for specific conditions or applications.