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pass·band

 (păs′bănd′)
n.
The range of frequencies transmitted by a bandpass filter.
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The availability in custom ranges and filter passbands on request.
The Fourier filters with the passbands corresponding to the ranges of alpha, beta, delta, and theta rhythms have been designed [4,11,12].
However, the bandwidths of three passbands were hardly adjusted over a wide range.
In this paper, we propose a compact dual-band filter with two independently-tunable passbands.
By the way, the bandwidth of the dual passbands can be controlled by tuning the coupled strength of the coupled ring resonator and the characteristic impedance of the loaded stubs, respectively.
It covers the entire sky down to about 11th magnitude in two colors that are not standard photometric passbands.
The method of adding shunt open stub to the center of the resonator is used to design dual-band filter and there are three transmission zeros for the two passbands [14,15].
1 and 3, it can be inferred that the resonator shown at the top side and the other resonator at the bottom side has generated two passbands respectively so that the dual-band pass-band is achieved by combining the two resonators.
The first method is to introduce transmission zeros to separate dual-band into quad-band [12], which is not applicable when the two passbands are far away.
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50 dB maximum, respectively (< 2 dB, typical) over 3 MHz minimum passbands.