frequency-response characteristic

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n frequency-response characteristic (electronics) a graph of frequency response with signal amplitude or gain plotted against frequency
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Usage


In news:

The MICA is smaller than the original MILO loudspeaker but exhibits the MILO family hallmark characteristics of high power and extended high-frequency response.
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In science:

An example of this is to consider the response of a conservative system when it is driven at one of its characteristic frequencies (at resonance).
Coarse graining and control theory model reduction
We study, in more detail, the response of two selected time regions of the force-time history shown in Fig. 4(c), to experimentally demonstrate the frequency shift characteristic of higher amplitude NLMs.
Defect Modes in One-Dimensional Granular Crystals
It occurs when the incident wave frequency ω is smaller than the charge carriers plasma frequency ω0 , which determines the characteristic time of their response to the electromagnetic disturbance.
Electromagnetic quantum waves and their effect on the low temperature magnetoacoustic response of a quasi-two-dimensional metal
First thing to study the response of an elastic solid to an incoming GW is, as we have just seen, to determine its characteristic oscillation modes, i.e., its frequency spectrum ωN and associated wavefunctions, uN (x).
The detection of Gravitational Waves
The latter is the characteristic frequency for the response of the conduction electrons system to an external disturbance.
Local Features of the Fermi Surface Curvature and the Anomalous Skin Effect in Metals
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