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Audio

Sound transmitted electronically. Audio is integral to media like radio, television, and, increasingly, the Internet. For that reason, it is used in advertising on these media.
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Frequency Ranges of Different Material Types (designated by numbers) used in FE Manufactured by Fire-Rite Products Corp.
One-Third Octave Bands -- Frequency ranges where each octave is dividded into one-third octaves with upper frequency limit [2.
Measurements of lumped-element devices also on the same sample give consistent permittivity values as well, allowing the frequency range of this technique to be extended to lower frequencies.
Now, we try to find out the variation of transmissibility caused by the frequency dependent stiffness over a frequency range up to 30 Hz.
Frequency range extensions for network analyzers Fraunhofer IIS wants to expand its existing vector network through frequency range extensions for the frequency range of 50 GHz to 110 GHz.
Figure 4 shows dynamic compression modulus data (E') for the subject compound over the frequency range of 5 Hz to 100 Hz at imposed dynamic strains of 1%, 2% and 5%.
Scientists at NASA's Lewis Research Center in Cleveland have used the superconducting material yttrium-barium-copper sulfate to make a simple experimental circuit, which operates in the 33- to 37-gigahertz frequency range.
Ultrasound apparatus must be fitted with vessel sensors in the frequency range 5-18 MHz; general convex transducer in the frequency range 2-7 MHz; heart donor in the frequency range 2-5 MHz and sensors for 3D / 4D applications.
It covers the standard wireless microphone and in-ear monitor (IEM) frequency range of 470 MHz to 700 MHz.
Devices such as radio, TV, cell-phones, and PDAs all operate on a medium to extremely high frequency range.
These in-line multipliers are ideal to extend the frequency range of dielectric resonator oscillators into the mm-wave bands.
Measurement of the modulation response of a receiver over a frequency range much larger than its bandwidth is necessary for accurately modeling its response in the time-domain, providing critical information for digital communications systems.

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