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Synonyms for audio

the audible part of a transmitted signal

an audible acoustic wave frequency

the sound elements of television

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Table 1--comparison of RheoSpectris C500 with rheometers and dynamic mechanical analyzers Rotational rheometers DMAs Frequency range [10.
From figure 5 and table 1, it is clear that strain sensitivity affects transmissibility over the entire frequency range not just at the isolator natural frequency.
The wide operating frequency range of these new transceivers eliminates this problem, allowing a single device to be implemented across multiple applications and regions," said Tony Denayer, AMI Semiconductor's senior vice president, High Voltage Communications and ASSPs.
The frequency range spans the following, usual signal sources: GSM, CDMA, LTE, WiFi, ISM, DECT, Bluetooth, 5GHz WLAN, WiMAX.
The successful, ultra-fast R&S ESR EMI test receiver now also covers the frequency range up to 26.
Experimentally, NIST measures the phase velocity of a surface acoustic wave (SAW) over a broad frequency range.
Featuring the highest performance, extended lower frequency range and fastest speed in its class, the Agilent ENA is the ideal solution for manufacturing and R&D engineers evaluating RF components and circuits from 9 kHz to 8.
The R&S BBA150 broadband amplifier from Rohde & Schwarz is now also available with a frequency range from 2.
Using the split-cylinder, split-post, and Fabry-Perot resonator methods, NIST scientists characterized substrates over a frequency range of 1 GHz to 60 GHz.
The wide programmability of the sigma-delta ADCs enables the ADC to support a wide frequency range while simultaneously offering power dissipation optimization versus performance.
Contract notice: Cw 250 w power amplifier in the frequency range 1-2 ghz.
The next step in measurement of the transition will be to extend the frequency range of the comb to allow direct frequency measurement relative to the primary cesium frequency standard, which operates in the microwave region.
With the expansive frequency range of 132 to 174 MHz, the small "B-coil" antenna gives users the ability to transmit and receive information with multiple government, public safety and commercial organizations.
mean that after 31 December 2014, wireless audio transmitters (including wireless microphones) will no longer be authorised to operate in the frequency range 694-820 MHz (the digital dividend band)
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