band-pass

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İngilizce - Türkçe
kuşak geçirimi
bant geçirimi
bantgeçiren
band-pass filter
bantgeçiren filtre
band-pass tuning
bantgeçiren akort
band pass
bant geçirimi
band pass filter
bant geçiren filtre
band pass tuning
bant geçiren akort
bandpass
bant geçirici
pass band
geçirim bandı
band pass
(Askeri) bant geçirici
band pass
(Askeri) BANT GEÇİRİCİ: Maksimum çıktının istenen kesiminin (genellikle yarı güç) elde edildiği sınırlayıcı frekanslar arasındaki farkı ifade eden bir saniyedeki saykı1 sayısı. Bu terim bütün tip amplifikatörler için geçerlidir
pass band
geçici band
İngilizce - İngilizce
Letting through only a specific range of electromagnetic frequencies
band-pass filter
A wave filter that has a single transmission band extending from a lower cutoff frequency greater than zero to a finite upper cutoff frequency
band-pass filter
A filter with a single transmission band extending from lower to upper cutoff frequencies The width of the band is determined by the separation of frequencies at which amplitude is attenuated by 3 dB (0 707)
band-pass filter
an electric circuit designed to pass only a certain range of frequencies See also High-pass and Low-pass filters
band-pass filter
A wave filter that has a single transmission band extending from a lower cut-off frequency greater than zero to a finite upper cut-off frequency
band-pass filter
An electric circuit designed to pass only middle frequencies
band-pass filter
Full Name: Description: A filter that passes signals that are between an upper and a lower frequency boundaries
bandpass
A bandpass filter
bandpass
Alternative spelling of band-pass
band pass filter
A filter that allows frequencies between two cut-off frequencies to pass while attenuating frequencies outside the cut-off frequencies ; a band-pass filter can be constructed as the composition of a low-pass filter and a high-pass filter
band pass filter
A crossover circuit that combines a low pass and high pass filter to create a passband
band pass filter
- A crossover circuit that combines a low pass and high pass filter to create a passband
band pass filter
A wave filter with a single transmission band with a low cut off point and a high cut off point
band pass filter
A filter that allows a specific frequency range to pass, while blocking lower and higher frequencies
band pass filter
A filter which passes only signal frequencies within a specified, continuous band, and predictably attenuates frequencies above and below the continuous band
band pass filter
A type of filter that allows only the band of frequencies surrounding the cutoff frequency to pass through unaffected
band pass filter
A device that only passes signals within a specific range of frequencies
band pass filter
The filtering of sound within specified frequency limits or frequency bands The audible frequency range is often subdivided into octave, one-third octave or other fractions of octave bands
bandpass
the frequency range that a filter in the receiver permits to pass through; the range between the lower and upper frequency is the passband
bandpass
A range of wavelengths over which a component will meet specifications
bandpass
The frequency response of the bandpass subwoofer system (F3 on the Low Side, F3 on the High Side)
bandpass
A bandpass filter passes an area around the specified cutoff frequency and rolls off (attenuates) frequencies to either side
bandpass
A filter that transmits a certain frequency band and attenuates frequencies that lie on both sides of that band (e g , My friend’s installer used a bandpass filter to send just the mid range frequencies to his 6-inch speakers )
bandpass
A range of frequencies or wavelengths within which a component operates
bandpass
Passing a specific band of frequencies defined by upper and lower cutoffs, as with a bandpass filter In equalizers, such filters commonly separate an audio signal into multiple frequency bands for separate control of response characteristics within each band
bandpass
The specific range of frequencies or wavelengths, passing through a device Typically measured between points equal to 50% of maximum amplitude
band-pass

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    () First emerged in the context of early radio communication; attested in patents filed by Western Electric in 1919.

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