wave filter

wave filter

[′wāv ‚fil·tər]
(electricity)
A transducer for separating waves on the basis of their frequency; it introduces relatively small insertion loss to waves in one or more frequency bands and relatively large insertion loss to waves of other frequencies.
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Informative slow and respiratory waves: iSWE and iRWE, are processed additionally in order to compensate phase delay caused by the filtering reference waves with the pulse wave filter. Two calculators of phase difference in the slow and respiratory channels are used for continuous calculation of phase shifts PS1 between reference and informative respiratory waves and PS2 between reference and informative slow waves.
The new Trailblazers also feature Wave Filter technology and a IO-degreee skewed motor that provides extremely "clean" generator power for running jobsite tools with sensitive electronics such as plastic fusion welders, bore welders and appliances.
The Dust Reduction System in the G2 helps eliminate this possibility by placing a supersonic wave filter in front of the Live MOS sensor.
We tested our method on some popular design examples that include the fifth order elliptical wave filter and the discrete cosine transform (DCT) benchmark example.
Like all Olympus E-System cameras, the E-3 incorporates the most effective dust reduction system available Co the Supersonic Wave Filter. Reliability of the camera system is further heightened under all types of shooting conditions thanks to dust and splashproof protection of both body and most E-System lenses.
market.) This Four-Thirds standard DSLR features a 10-megapixel sensor and high-performance circuits for better performance, as well as the Olympus Supersonic Wave Filter to reduce dust accumulation.
Olympus has a solution in the form of the Supersonic Wave Filter built into its E-series of digital SLRs, such as the new Olympus E-500.
The E-1 features a breakthrough system called the Supersonic Wave Filter. On every startup, dust is shaken loose of the imager in the E-1.
Highlights of the E-1 specification include a new Kodak-built "Full-Frame Transfer CCD" with resolution of 5 megapixels, a "Supersonic Wave Filter" that reduces dust settling on the CCD, manual and autofocus, and color adjustment modes ranging from "accurate" to "super saturated."