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  • {{#category_index:D|dB}} [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:decibel_(dB)|<b>''D''</b>''eci''<b>''B''</b>''el'']] (q.v.) and see Figure [[Special:My
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  • {{#category_index:D|dB/octave}}
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  • {{#category_index:D|decibel (dB)}} ...o. See also Figure [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig_D-3|D-3]]. 1&#x0020;dB=0.1151&#x0020;neper. Named for Alexander Graham Bell (1847&#x2013;1922), in
    553 bytes (79 words) - 09:49, 23 March 2017
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  • {{#category_index:D|decibel (dB)}} ...o. See also Figure [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig_D-3|D-3]]. 1&#x0020;dB=0.1151&#x0020;neper. Named for Alexander Graham Bell (1847&#x2013;1922), in
    494 bytes (73 words) - 09:49, 23 March 2017
  • ...a 2 (que representa un cociente de potencia igual a 4) es equivalente a 6 dB. También representado como 20 log10 del cociente de amplitudes. Ver Figura
    495 bytes (72 words) - 12:21, 25 March 2020
  • {{#category_index:D|dB/octave}}
    108 bytes (15 words) - 07:23, 14 February 2017
  • {{#category_index:D|dB}} [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:decibel_(dB)|<b>''D''</b>''eci''<b>''B''</b>''el'']] (q.v.) and see Figure [[Special:My
    206 bytes (30 words) - 07:23, 14 February 2017
  • |Item=Db Scale (Wiggle Trace)
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  • ...seismic waves is typically about 0.25 dB/cycle and may be as large as 0.5 dB/cycle.<ref>Tokso¨z, M. N. and Johnston, D. H., 1982, Seismic wave attenuat
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  • ...frequency and is often expressed in dB/wavelength (typically 0.20 to 0.50 dB/&lambda;). Distinction may or may not be made as to the reason for attenuat
    680 bytes (96 words) - 11:32, 8 December 2017
  • ...the magnitude of the change. AGC characteristics are usually specified in dB/s. See Figure [[Dictionary:Fig_A-25|A-25]].
    681 bytes (109 words) - 12:52, 17 October 2016
  • ...surements are usually made between points where the amplitude is down by 3 dB (or down 30%) from the peak value; see also [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary
    817 bytes (114 words) - 14:45, 9 February 2017
  • ..., i.e., the frequencies at which the power drops to half the peak power (3 dB).<br />
    939 bytes (153 words) - 23:09, 30 January 2017
  • ...ional transducer or array of transducers, typically measured between the 3 dB points. The beamwidth is sometimes the combined effective beamwidths of tra
    406 bytes (51 words) - 09:46, 15 December 2017
  • ...uency bandpass and ''a'' and ''d'' specify the frequencies that are down 3 dB in amplitude. See Sheriff and Geldart (1995, &#x00A7;15.7.4).
    744 bytes (114 words) - 22:12, 14 May 2017
  • ...cy at which a filter response is down by a predetermined amount, usually 3 dB. The cutoff points designate the filter; e.g., an 18-57 filter has a low-fr
    341 bytes (50 words) - 20:32, 22 March 2018
  • {{#category_index:D|dB}} [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:decibel_(dB)|<b>''D''</b>''eci''<b>''B''</b>''el'']] (q.v.) and see Figure [[Special:My
    265 bytes (36 words) - 07:21, 14 February 2017
  • {{#category_index:D|dB/octave}}
    167 bytes (21 words) - 07:21, 14 February 2017
  • {{#category_index:D|decibel (dB)}} ...o. See also Figure [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig_D-3|D-3]]. 1&#x0020;dB=0.1151&#x0020;neper. Named for Alexander Graham Bell (1847&#x2013;1922), in
    553 bytes (79 words) - 09:49, 23 March 2017
  • ...:Fig_D-15|D-15]]b. The vertical scale is often logarithmic (i.e., given in dB) rather than linear. The effect on wavelets can be very different from the
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  • ...arge signal. Word length imposes a limitation (14 bits represents about 84 dB).
    1 KB (223 words) - 22:27, 21 June 2017
  • ...Hz with an 18 dB/octave slope and a high-cut down 3 dB at 56 Hz with a 36 dB/octave slope. Typical seismic filter curves are shown in Figure [[Special:M
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  • ...guage/Dictionary:decibel_(dB)|''decibel'']] (q.v.). One neper=8.686&#x0020;dB. See Figure [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig_D-3|D-3]]. Named for John N
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  • ...signal amplitude for which the ratio of output to input first differs by 3 dB from the ratio within the linear operating range.
    261 bytes (36 words) - 13:11, 14 November 2017
  • ...r]]; the ratio of the midpoint frequency to the bandpass width (often at 3 dB).
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  • ...taken as the point where the amplitude is down by 3 dB (or the power by 6 dB). <b>2</b>. Attenuation produced by a filter, often given in decibels per o
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  • The total power output of an active transducer in dB/&#x03BC;Pa at 1 yard from the transducer.
    216 bytes (31 words) - 16:49, 12 March 2018
  • ...e. The <b>high-cut filter</b> prevents aliasing; its slope is typically 72 dB/octave. The <b>notch filter</b> reduces 50 or 60 Hz power-line pickup (or 1
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