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  • adj. Letting through only a specific range of electromagnetic frequencies.


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


  • "I wonder if a high-frequency band-pass filter would work?" he was thinking aloud.

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  • But now let's say I run it through a band-pass filter.

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  • Neither the white noise generator nor the band-pass filter generated this information on their own.

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  • Finally you can see input and output spectrum along with the equalizer shape and controls. 7 filter types for each band - peak, low-shelf, high-shelf, low-pass, high-pass, band-pass, notch.

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  • An impressive selection of filter types including our new Brainworx band-pass filters and our trademark Bass-Shift and Presence Shift filters make this EQ an engineers swiss knife.


  • Users can design multiple feedback (MFB), Sallen-Key, low-pass, high-pass, band-pass and band-stop filters using voltage feedback op amps.

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  • The receiver includes a band-pass filter that operates around the 2. 176MHz centre frequency with a narrow 200kHz bandwidth; it also includes an OOK demodulator and a comparator for reconstructing the digital signal.

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  • Now, the subwoofer is surely your ordinary band-pass design, judging by the bass-reflex port.

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  • The transmitter includes an OOK modulator, a band-pass filter that is compliant with the AISG spectrum-emission profile and an output amplifier.

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  • The percussive/distorted/band-pass filter synth thingie is Future Retro XS.



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