dominant frequency

dom·i·nant fre·quen·cy

the frequency occurring most often in an electroencephalogram.

dom·i·nant fre·quen·cy

(domi-nănt frēkwĕn-sē)
The frequency occurring most often in an electroencephalogram.
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The second take away from Figure 3 is the dominant frequency content of road excitation input.
Change in dominant frequency with propagation length may change the b-value.
It is shown on Fourier spectrum that the main dominant frequency is 1403 Hz while the secondary dominant frequencies are 2382 Hz and 770.
In any case, the experimental data can be fitted by a Fourier series which is then used to obtain the dominant frequency of the system.
Relative to lure design--particularly the popular in-line spinner--to our knowledge, no manufacturer has measured the dominant frequency of sounds given off by the lures they make.
The frequency domain features of power spectral density are the dominant frequency F and frequency domain entropy E [4], defined as
The fundamental requirement for successful estimation of effective antenna height h from (9) is identification of clear spectral peak corresponding to dominant frequency [omega] in the [delta]SNR series and two dominant spectral peaks in the [delta]L4 series.
THE MAIN FINDING IS THAT THERE IS NO SINGLE DOMINANT FREQUENCY IN ANY OF THE DATA SETS.
Acoustic impedance, dominant frequency, amplitude weighted phase and instantaneous phase attributes are used as optimal attributes for the estimation of hydraulic flow units.
95 ms, interval and dominant frequency of 350 [+ or -] 5.
texensis produces a continuous trill with approximately 41 pulses per second and a dominant frequency of 3.