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characteristic frequency

frequency at which a given neuron responds to the smallest sound intensity.
Synonym(s): best frequency

char·ac·ter·is·tic fre·quen·cy

(kar'ăk-tĕr-is'tik frē'kwĕn-sē)
Frequency at which a given neuron responds to the least sound intensity.
Synonym(s): best frequency.

characteristic frequency

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CF

The frequency of sound that is most easily able to stimulate an auditory neuron.
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In an MRI machine, fluorine emits a strong signal with a characteristic frequency. Tuning the MRI equipment to that frequency creates a clear image of the tumor without showing surrounding tissues.
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maximally flat magnitude response, the same characteristic frequency, pass-band gain, etc.) [8], [10].

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