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filter

noun classification, means to rectify, means to reeine, purification, purifier, refinery, screen, sieve, sifter, strainer

filter

verb clarify, clean, clear, distill, filtrate, find, leach, pass through, percolate, purify, rectify, refine, screen, strain
Associated concepts: filter the evidence through the jury
See also: distill, purge, screen, select
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com that allows shoppers to custom configure optical filters.
Let a(k) be the characteristic of the optical filter in terms of an angular wavenumber k.
Usage of optical filter is to transmit light having certain properties, while blocking the remainder wavelength.
UV-sensitive substrates are also protected through the use of an optional UV cut-off optical filter that allows only the wavelengths greater than 400nm (visible and infrared wavelengths) to be transmitted through the iCure light guide and filters out any wavelengths in the harmful UV region.
The Optometrics business where the POC product line will reside specializes in optical filters and diffraction gratings.
Where are optical filter prices today by type and where are they expected to be over the next 16 quarters?
Our product lines include the UltraVOA(TM) family of high speed VOA arrays, and the UltraFilter(TM) line of high performance programmable optical filters.
Engana's LambdaSelect filter enables reconfigurability by combining innovative optical design with the control hardware and algorithms required for easy-to-integrate tunable optical filters.
Chip Integrates Optical Filter, Photo Diode, Digital Filter and D/A Converter
This patent discloses a new passive optical filter technology that can combine or separate very closely-spaced wavelengths in the range of 50 GHz to 50 MHz with excellent optical performance characteristics.
The newly developed uBOSA chip includes a non-packaged bare LD and PD chips, an optical filter, and Oki's silicon lenses, which are assembled on a silicon optical bench(3) with a V-shaped high-precision groove.

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