High-pass filter



[hahy-pas] /ˈhaɪˈpæs/

noun, Electricity, Electronics.
1.
a filter that allows high-frequency electromagnetic signals to pass while rejecting or attenuating others below a specific value.
noun
1.
(electronics) a filter that transmits all frequencies above a specified value, substantially attenuating frequencies below this value Compare low-pass filter, band-pass filter

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