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bandpass

(in radiology) a measure of the number of times per second an electron beam can be modulated, expressed as Hertz (Hz). It is a factor that influences horizontal resolution on a cathode-ray tube. The higher the bandpass, the greater the horizontal resolution. Also called bandwidth.
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Features of Audiobahn's Bandpass Enclosures include:
The signal realized after the bandpass filter is shown below:
Bandpass filters were designed for the density layer models whose depths were also computed from the slopes of regression lines fitted to the observed segments in the power spectrum curve.
Although uniform sampling at the Nyquist rate for low-pass signals is quite straightforward, the extensions to bandpass and multi-band signals are not trivial.
However in the bead case, the measuring instrument, such as a cytometer, may sample over a limited range of emission wavelengths using various bandpass filters.
By using the bandpass filter to filter all the time series using the same methodology, this paper departs from previous research of Prachowny (1993) and Attfield and Silverstone (1997) incorporating capital and labor to augment estimates of Okun's Law.
Tuning is the process of successfully shifting bottlenecks to places that have a wide enough bandpass to handle your data throughput needs.
The advantage of the solution, says Unisys, is augmented by large scale server computers running Windows NT and engineered for extremely high I/O bandpass that can send up to 7,200 concurrent video streams per server in a system designed to accommodate multiple servers with predictable competitive costs per subscriber.
The decomposition of a time series into business cycle and irregular components using a bandpass filter is a statistical method based on the frequency domain analysis of time series.
An ultraviolet bandpass filter mounted on the camera lens blocks all light returning to the film except UV.