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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The Master Audio tab lets me adjust master volume, treble, or bass and add a highpass or lowpass filter.
The strong high-frequency components of bushcricket songs allow separation from ambient noise by highpass filtering.
The filter banks, which are composed of lowpass, and highpass filters essentially, are used for the wavelet transform, and these filter banks are implemented with different methods.
Hand, "Design and fabrication of a miniature highpass filter using multilayer LCP technology," in 2011 41st European Microwave Conference (EuMC), pp.
Lorenzi, "Effects of lowpass and highpass filtering on the intelligibility of speech based on temporal fine structure or envelope cues," Hearing Research, vol.
For all electrophysiological experiments, the signal was amplified and filtered (highpass, 0.5 Hz; lowpass, 1.5 KHz) with a wide-band AC amplifier (Grass Instruments, Quincy, MA, USA).
In this paper a fourth-order highpass filter is given by the following equation:
Clearly, both highpass filters provide a leading phase shift by different amounts while DC biasing voltages are allowed to be passed on to the transistor [M.sub.1] to set [mathematical expression not reproducible].
Reference [8] aimed to improve the fusion performance by using maximum entropy of squares of the coefficients in a local window for the low-pass subband and maximum weighted sum-modified Laplacian for the highpass subbands.
The highpass corner frequency was determined from De Luca.
In the seventies, researchers suggested the use of highpass acuity targets to measure acuity; (15) these are letters in which the low spatial frequency content (where letters particularly differ) is effectively filtered out leaving the higher frequencies intact ('passed').
First, a NSP splits the input into a lowpass subband and a highpass subband.