DOI: https://doi.org/10.3103/S0735272708080086
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About principal possibility of automated following by active frequency of non-stationery processes spectrum by means of active filter

V. F. Tunik

Abstract


It is underlined explicit usefulness and efficiency of hardware analysis of active spectrum of non-stationery processes, necessity of automated following by frequency of input signal filters (AFFF) application as analyzing filters. It is mentioned drawbacks of analysis methods of such filters and necessity of approval possibility of frequency self-tuning of any type filters (FSAF) of high order. Possibility of FSAF and, hence, AFFF is proven in terms of application of some known features of manual regulation of electrical filters. By means of computer mathematical modeling in system VisSim/com it is proven AFFF possibility. It is underlined possibilities of some useful their application.


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