high-pass filter

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high-pass filter

 (hī′păs′)
n.
A filter designed to transmit electromagnetic frequencies above a certain value, while excluding those of a lower frequency.

high-pass filter

n
(Electronics) electronics a filter that transmits all frequencies above a specified value, substantially attenuating frequencies below this value. Compare low-pass filter, band-pass filter
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Noun1.high-pass filter - a filter that passes frequencies above a certain value and attenuates frequencies below that value
filter - an electrical device that alters the frequency spectrum of signals passing through it
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5 Hz to 800 Hz with programmable high-pass and low-pass filters.
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