wide band


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wide band

[′wīd ¦band]
(electronics)
Property of a tuner, amplifier, or other device that can pass a broad range of frequencies.
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In a cabinet he found them--pots of paint that the old taxidermist had used to place the war-paint in its wide bands across the cold faces of dead warriors.
It can be seen that the proposed antenna achieves good impedance matching in a wide band, with the -10 dB impedance bandwidth being 2.8-4 GHz and the relative bandwidth achieving 35%.
The small rectangular slot, as an extension of the hexagonal slot, is responsible for the conversion of wide band hexagonal slot antenna into ultra wide band antenna.
The existing method for calculating interference between different radar techniques has required calculations across a wide band in fine frequency increments, which makes analysis very time consuming.
Furthermore, high-speed Harris RF-7800W high-capacity line-of-sight and RF-7800H wide band high-frequency tactical radios will deliver coverage both locally through the LTE system, tactical radio network and nationally, with the Fusion LTE system seamlessly integrating with the Harris Falcon III radio family.
The company's new HD Virtual Voice solution uses bandwidth expansion and warping to enhance transcoding between a Wide Band (WB) codec and a Narrow Band (NB) codec, while preserving the audio quality of Wide Band stream in the Narrow Band stream.
Symposium on Wide Band Sparse Element Array Antennas (2010: Wassenaar, The Netherlands) Ed.
* Within Garissa District, an 80-kilometer wide band contiguous with the Somalia border.
Aeroflex Incorporated, a leader in the design and development of wide band, fast switching signal generators and measurement systems, signed a long-term lease extension at Rechler Equity Partners' 350 Kennedy Drive in Hauppauge Industrial Park.
Gas sensors based on wide band semiconductor metal oxides are playing an important role in the detection of toxic pollutants (CO, H2S, NOx, SO2, etc) and combustible gases (H2, CH4 and flammable organic vapors, etc.).
After reading Dan Heidtke's recommendation of Wide Band Catheters (June 2007), I proceeded to try to obtain them.
A sensitive wide band receiver, a spectrum analyzer converts higher frequencies to measurable quantities.

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