multifrequency


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multifrequency

(ˌmʌltɪˈfriːkwənsɪ)
adj
(Electronics) able to operate across or produce a range of frequencies
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Comparison of three segmental multifrequency bioelectrical impedance techniques in healthy adults.
To solve the problem of <<varietal uncertainty>> and take into account the influence of parasitic capacitances MT and MG, a number of multifrequency algorithms are proposed, the generalized form of which is the four-frequency algorithm.
Evaluation of multifrequency bioelectrical impedance analysis in assessing body composition of wrestlers.
With its SONOPOWER 3S system for 25/50 kHz, Weber Ultrasonics, one of the world's leading manufacturers of ultrasonic components, presents an innovative ultrasonic solution that now also enables use of multifrequency ultrasound in vacuum chamber cleaning systems.
Triplex Doppler ultrasonography and a high-resolution multifrequency convex probe (4-8 MHz) were used to obtain the RI and PI values of the aortic flow velocity.
This is achieved by multifrequency signaling technique which implies that each antenna element sends a number of signals each at a different frequency.
Transrectal ultrasound was performed in lithotomy position by the urologist with a multiplanar, multifrequency probe attached to the BK Medical Flex Focus ultrasound scanner.
The gray scale US and colour Doppler US of the inguinal canal was performed with a Siemens-Acuson S2000 scanner (Siemens Healthcare, Erlangen, Germany) and a 4-9 MHz multifrequency linear-array transducer.
The vehicle has front-wheel drive and steering to easily maneuver in tight corners and narrow aisles; a hydraulic high dump and retractable hopper for safe handling and fast dumping; dust-free filters with a multifrequency shaker; and retractable, spring-loaded side brooms and rugged steel guards that minimize the risk of machine damage due to impacts.
Ultrasonographic images of the coelomic cavity were acquired using a GE Voluson 730 Pro (GE, Zipf, Austria) unit equipped with multifrequency (5-17 MHz) linear transducer and 4-dimensional (4D) linear transducer (6-18 MHz).
The standard dual-tone multifrequency tones are converted to monotones so the agent cannot recognize them and they cannot be recorded.