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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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Finally, a novel low-pass filter incorporating two improved DSCMRCs connected in series is proposed with an excellent performance of stopband rejection from about 4 GHz up to 25 GHz.
The comparison of simulated and measured S-parameters of the simple meandered-slot resonator and the proposed low-pass filter is shown in Figure 15.
The proposed structure for low-pass filter implementation provides good accuracy for the output signal, while using no extra arithmetic complexity.
Observing the equivalent circuit, it shows a topology similar to that of an elliptic low-pass filter.
However, their cell configuration was composed of a traditional microstrip low-pass filter and their proposed EBG cell, resulted in larger size and loss.
2-million pixels, and equipped with a Nikon DX-format CMOS sensor with no optical low-pass filter, the latest EXPEED 4 image-processing engine, as well as Guide Mode and a variety of Special Effects that enable simple capture photos as intended.
The USBPGF-S1[TM] is a single-channel programmable signal conditioning instrumentation amplifier and low-pass filter compatible with 12-, 16-, or 24-bit A/D devices.
VXI Technology's VT1522A low-pass filter signal conditioning plug-on (SCP) module features eight individual channels of 100 Hz low-pass filter operation for use with the VT1413C, VT1415A and VT1419A Series of scanning ADCs.
2-million pixels and is equipped with a Nikon DX-format CMOS sensor with no optical low-pass filter, as well as the new high-performance EXPEED 4 image-processing engine.
Depending on its frequency, the signal will initiate either gated or continuous operation via an internal low-pass filter circuit.