Word forms: (regular plural) high-pass filters
( Electrical engineering : Computing and control )
A high-pass filter
is a filter designed
all frequencies above its cut-off frequency.
A high-pass filter is used in an audio system to allow high frequencies to get through while filtering
or cutting low frequencies.
In a serial digital data communication system, low-frequency signal components are
often lost when the signal passes through a high-pass filter, such as an AC-coupling network.
A high-pass filter is a filter designed to pass all frequencies above its cut-off frequency.
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