A circuit that takes a small "slice" out of the bandpass tuned by a receiver; this is useful for reducing interference from narrow bandwidth signals.
A specialized kind of equalizer that can be tuned to "notch out" problem frequencies without affecting neighboring frequency bands. Usually used to kill feedback frequencies. Equinox features two switchable notch filters.
A filter that attenuates signals within a very narrow band of frequencies
In signal processing, a band-stop filter or band-rejection filter is a filter that passes most frequencies unaltered, but attenuates those in a specific range to very low levels. It is the opposite of a band-pass filter.
Transmit (a message) by cablegram
Contact or send a message to (someone) by cablegram
Send a cablegram
a telegram sent abroad
a conductor for transmitting electrical or optical signals or electric power
The CyberPower 1080 Home Office Surge Suppressor provides powerful surge suppression with a rating of 3600 Joules and has 10 outlets of MOV protection (4 transformer-friendly, 6 standard). It is equipped with a RJ-11 port that protects phone, fax, modem, and DSL equipment; as well as a RG-6 gold-plated coax port that is perfect for your cable modem, cable TV lines, and DSS equipment. EMI/RFI shielding will protect your equipment from any harmful interfaces, and MOV technology ensures the protection of all connected electronics, and the surge suppressor itself.
Amidst rumors of some unscrupulous types trying to pass off decorated buses as cable cars on unsuspecting tourists, I had to hit the street and see if it was true. Indeed, as I rounded the corner to Grant Ave., I was taken aback in a spell of unbridled chagrin as I took-in the sight of one of the foisted doppelgangers coming down the street full of beguiled tourists merrily cruising down California St., all the while oblivious to the nefarious delusion they had fell victim to.
In other words, that cable car is a fake!
Submitted for Macro Mondays group, theme "FRUSTRATIONS."
Why is it that every SINGLE time I try to plug in a USB cable, it is upside down? I guess for the same reason why, when I try to put a fitted sheet on my almost-square-but-not actually-square mattress, it is the WRONG way. Yeah, yeah, confirmation bias... No! It's every SINGLE time!