resonant frequency


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res·o·nant fre·quen·cy

the frequency at which individual magnetic nuclei absorb or emit radiofrequency energy in magnetic resonance studies.
Synonym(s): resonance (6)

res·o·nant fre·quen·cy

(rez'ŏ-nănt frē'kwĕn-sē)
The frequency at which individual magnetic nuclei absorb or emit radiofrequency energy in magnetic resonance studies.
Synonym(s): resonance (6).
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This equation suggests that effective resonant frequency is increases up to 80 from 1 which is for the air.
Linear BEH-1 has the tip mass of 36 grams and its resonant frequency is 28.2 Hz; however, in contrast, linear BEH-2 has a resonant frequency of 80.4 Hz and has no mass at the tip of the cantilever beam.
The results obtained from equivalent circuit simulation, full-wave simulation, and measurements are shown in Figure 7, demonstrating good agreement between them; however, use of copper ribbons instead of vias has effect on the resonant frequency of the resonators which appears by a slight frequency-shift in the measurement results.
Therefore, the resonant frequency of each LC tank can be achieved by substituting [f.sub.1min], [f.sub.2min], and [k.sub.12] into the decoupling function.
The resonance mode has the antiresonant frequency of 200 Hz and the antiresonant magnitude of 20 dB, while the resonant frequency is 300 Hz and the resonant magnitude is 20 dB.
The resonant frequency increased slightly with the increase of the electrode thickness, and the change of the resonant frequency is linear, basically.
(4) can also be determined from the fact that the energy stored in the capacitor and inductor are equal at the resonant frequency [22].
1 is commonly used because it offers (i) easy resonant frequency adaptation and (ii) simple controller discretization.
SRR structures with AL and CI shields have shown maximum and minimum resonant frequency, respectively.
ZVS is achieved when the switch frequency is locked to the resonant frequency.
At places where two peaks were detected (7 places), the lower value of resonant frequency was used.
where f is resonant frequency of the cavity after perturbation and [f.sub.0] is the original resonant frequency of the original cavity.

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