band-pass filter


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band-pass filter

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1. (Electronics) electronics a filter that transmits only those currents having a frequency lying within specified limits. Compare high-pass filter, low-pass filter
2. (General Physics) an optical device, consisting of absorbing filters, for transmitting electromagnetic waves of predetermined wavelengths
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Vrba, "Adjustable band-pass filter with current active elements: two fully-differential and single-ended solutions", Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing, vol.
The RLF can be used in a standalone environment, but is an excellent companion to CTS's Clearplex band-pass filter and duplexer products.
The noise fields were then filtered using one of the sixteen band-pass filters, creating sixteen sets of filtered Gaussian noise.
After the first stage LNA, a microstrip coupled line band-pass filter is implemented.
Caption: Figure 5: Classification error rate for different frequency bands of band-pass filter.
A band-pass filter by its definition is the combination of low and high-pass filters and combines both the eliminations of high-frequency noise and baseline drift.
Figure 10 shows the consumption of resources required during the implementation of the band-pass filter, the analog-to-digital conversion and the transmission/reception of the serial data.
Daneshmand, "Compact microstrip ultra-wideband double/single notch-band band-pass filter based on wave's cancellation theory," IET Microw.
The Defected Ground Structure (DGS) as an Electromagnetic Band Gap (EBG) is one of such novel and effective techniques to improve the response of low pass filters and band-pass filters [1].
Wavelet transform is widely applied for temporal and frequency analyses of signals as well as a band-pass filter.
Stock and Watson (1998) applied the band-pass filter of Baxter and King (1999) to extract cycles (frequency bands) for U.
By using a band-pass filter it is possible to remove the DC component and higher frequency noises, including power line interference.