Products & ServicesSee also:
Description: Spider8 is a multi-channel electronic PC measurement unit for parallel, dynamic measurement data acquisition using a computer. PC-aided measurement is playing an increasingly important role with computers and measurement devices becoming smaller and less expensive.
- Analog Input Channels: 8
- Filter Type: Low Pass
- Filter Frequency Response: Bessel, Butterworth
- Filter Technology: Digital (FIR, IIR)
Supplier: Avens Signal Equipment Corp.
Description: No Description Provided
- Analog Input Channels: 16
- Differential Channels: Yes
- Filter Type: Low Pass, High Pass, Band Pass, Band Stop
- Filter Frequency Response: Bessel, Butterworth, Cauer (Elliptic), Chebyshev, Linear Phase
Supplier: American Microsemiconductor, Inc.
Description: Digitally programmable
- Filter Category: Active Filter
- Filter Type: Band Pass
- Supply Voltage (VS): -15 to 15 volts
- Cutoff or Center Frequency (Fc): 2637 Hz
Supplier: ValueTronics International, Inc.
Description: The Krohn-Hite 3321 Variable Filter is a solid state, variable electronic Filter that is digitally tuned over the range from 0.01Hz to 99.9kHz. Its single channel can be operated in either the High-Pass or Low-Pass mode. It has an attenuation slope of 24 dB per octave. The frequency responseShow More
Supplier: Instrumented Sensor Technology
Description: tools such as Butterworth, Chebyshev, high-pass, low-pass, band-pass filtering, linear trend removal, filter magnitude & phase resonses, user-defined filter characteristics. Multiple data set association for the graphical comparison of two different acceleration records. Useful for multipleShow More
Description: The Endevco® model 31875 low pass filter modules are optional Butterworth filters designed for use with the Endevco model 133 PE Isotron® signal conditioner, model 428 rack mounted PE/Isotron® card, model 436 rack mounted DC amplifier card and the model 136 DC amplifier. The filter
- Input Type: DC Voltage
- TJ: 32 to 122 F
Linear Position Sensors - Portable, Multi-Channel Position Measurement System MicroSense II 5300 -- MicroSense II® Model 5300Supplier: MicroSense, LLC
Description: and Acceleration measurements are derived for the probe selected on the channel switch. Filtering is provided by three-pole Bessel or Butterworth low-pass plug-in filters. The user selects the upper roll-off frequency (as defined by ANSI standards) over a range from 1-20 kHz. Choose form a variety
- Technology: Capacitive Linear Position Sensor
- Measurement Range: 0.0040 to 0.0800 inch
- Linearity: 0.1000 ±% Full Scale
- Output: Voltage
Audio Amplifiers and Preamplifiers - 4 x 8 Protea Network Digital Signal Processor, 32-bit -- ne4800Supplier: Visual Sound, Inc.
Description: and utilizes multiple SHARC 32-bit/96kHz processors with sample rates of either 48 KHz or 96 KHz. Processing blocks include an 8x8 matrix mixer, a full array of variable Q graphic and parametric equalization, crossover filters to 8th-order Butterworth, Bessel, Linkwitz, and Notched-Linkwitz, an extremelyShow More
Supplier: Visual Sound, Inc.
Description: with Bessel, Butterworth, and Linkwitz-Riley filters 31-Band Graphic and 9-band Parametric EQ on every input 6-band Parametric EQ on every output Loudspeaker Cluster and Driver Alignment Delays Selectable DSP inserts on all inputs and outputs including Classic dbx Compression, Limiting and AdvancedShow More
Supplier: TMP Pro Distribution
Description: and Limiter. The cross point mixer in the output section allows you to route any input to any output at any level and mute any input at any output without affecting the true input configuration. The HPF/LPF block offers Bessel, Butterworth and Linkwitz-Riley filters with 12, 18, 24 and 48dB/octaveShow More
Find Suppliers by Category Top
Featured Products Top
Portable High Resolution Capacitive Sensor
by three-pole Bessel or Butterworth low-pass plug-in filters. The user selects the upper roll-off frequency (as defined by ANSI standards) over a range from 1-20 kHz. (read more)
Browse Linear Position Sensors Datasheets for MicroSense, LLC
Conduct Research Top
What are Electronic Filters?
, or amplification, from simple gain to the most complex digital-signal processing (DSP). Designers base their electronic signal filter implementation selections on the desired bandwidth and accuracy of the target system. These parameters, along with hardware costs, determine the system's speed (sample
More Information Top
Multivariate determination of glucose concentrations from optimally filtered frequency-warped NIR spectra of human blood serum
The optimization process was also run with a Gaussian (Fourier) filter and the results are compared to the time-domain digital Butterworth filtering approach results.
A New Implementation Method of Wavelet Packet Transform Differential Protection for Power Transformers
 I. W. Selesnick and C. S. Burrus, “Generalized Digital Butterworth Filter Design”, IEEE Trans. on Signal Processing, Vol. 46, No. 6, pp. 1688–1694, 1998.
Optimal Estimation of the Acceleration of a Car Under Performance Tests
The results of the experiment are satisfactory and, in order to compare classical filtering with optimal adaptive fil- tering, the signal coming from the accelerometer was also filtered by using a third-order lowpass digital Butterworth filter .
2011 International Conference in Electrics, Communication and Automatic Control Proceedings
However, the filtered velocity curve is smooth and without distortion, which shows that the design using the low-pass digital Butterworth filter processing speed curve is valid.
Determination of glucose concentrations in an aqueous matrix from NIR spectra using optimal time-domain filtering and partial least-squares regression
Performance response map for varying third-order (six-pole) digital Butterworth filter CF’s and half-BW for the optimal results.
Butterworth digital filter design .
Frequency analysis of kinematics of racing wheelchair propulsion
Recommendations for the corner frequencies of low-pass Butterworth digital filters based on the cutoff frequency are higher than the corner frequencies used in previous studies of manual wheelchair propulsion kinematic data.
Digital Signal Processing
Q: Using the bilinear transform, design a 4th-order BP Butterworth digital filter with center frequency Xo ¼ 1:5, maximum gain Gm = 1, and bandwidth Xb ¼ 0:4.
Signals and Systems with MATLAB
– This routine selects the lowest order N and normalized cutoff frequency fc of digital Butterworth filter that has passband ripple<= Rp[dB] and stopband attenuation>= As[dB] for passband edge frequency fp and stopband edge frequency fs.
Electronic Filter Design Handbook, Fourth Edition > INFINITE IMPULSE-RESPONSE FILTERS
Synthesize a digital Butterworth filter using the bilinear z-transform that meets or exceeds the following specifications: .
Digital Signal Processing in Power Electronics Control Circuits
Butterworth digital filter coefficients Section .
Formulas for orthogonal IIR wavelet filters
In Section III, we introduce a formula for the intermediate solutions P (z) by drawing from previous work on generalized digital Butterworth filters .
Characterizing and Suppressing a Very Low Frequency OBC Noise
Compare Figure 8 with Figure 9 that displays the results of applying a 5 Hz @ 12 dB/octave digital Butterworth filter to the hydrophone trace from Figures 1.