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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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The correction of gravity observations with band-pass filters can improve the signal-to-noise ratio of weak signals in the elaboration of long period normal mode seismology.
In each replication, we apply the band-pass filter to the artificially generated sample and calculate the correlations in the filtered components.
By refining the internal conductors and making the dielectric layers thinner, TDK successfully created a 1005-size, third-order band-pass filter with three resonators.
This model, in turn, is used to forecast and backcast 300 observations, and the 600-term band-pass filter is applied to the resulting series.
These band-pass filters consist of digital high- and low-pass filters each with 48 dB/octave steepness.
King (1999): Measuring Business Cycles: Approximate Band-Pass Filters for Economic Time Series, Review of Economics and Statistics, Vol.
The seeker could use two different detectors to monitor the energy levels in the two bands (for example, lead sulfide for the short band and indium antimonide for the long band) or use a single detector with different band-pass filters on the reticle spokes.
Customers can also choose the optical filters such as IR-pass filters, IR band-pass filters, NIR notch filters etc.
As studied in [25], for a ring resonator band-pass filter, two TZs are produced in the lower and upper cutoff edges of the desired pass band resulting from electric currents in the two propagation paths (Path 1 and Path 2) canceling each other.
Huang, "A compact substrate integrated waveguide band-pass filter," PIERS Proceedings, 1135-1138, Cambridge, USA, Jul.
Moreover, a novel resonator-embedded band-pass filter, which is constructed by four proposed nested resonators, is designed and realized, and the good characteristics of the novel resonator structure have been verified by experiment results.
It acts as a band-pass filter in the microwave frequency range and it can be also used in sensor applications.