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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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As a result, an enhanced in-band and out-of-band bandpass filter model is constructed using a rotationally symmetric structure.
Vadjed-Samiei, "Compact ultra-wideband bandpass filter with defected ground structure," Progress In Electromagnetics Research Letters, Vol.
Fan, "Miniaturized dual-band bandpass filter using short stub-loaded dual-mode resonators," Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications, Vol.
Wang, "The design of coupled resonator bandpass filter with wide stop-band," IEEE Microw.
The measured frequency response of the fabricated four-pole edge-coupled bandpass filter is shown in Figure 9.
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In Section 4 we will check the results for a special non-invertible case of bandpass sampling where we show how the sampling-filtering block can be modeled with a Hermitian matrix.
The narrower the bandpass of an H[alpha] filter, the less continuum radiation (starlight, background skyglow, etc.
We assume that the same instrument settings are used for the cell and bead measurements, and ignore the variation of Q ([lambda]) over the narrow range of wavelengths passed by the bandpass filter (T([lambda]) > 0).
For advanced (ultra)-wideband wireless systems, the necessity and design methodology of wideband filters will be discussed with reference to the inherent limitation in fractional bandwidth of classical bandpass filters.
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