Frequency Resolution

Some articles on resolution, frequency resolution, frequency:

Short-time Fourier Transform - Resolution Issues
... Further information Gabor limit One of the downfalls of the STFT is that it has a fixed resolution ... relates to how the signal is represented—it determines whether there is good frequency resolution (frequency components close together can be separated) or good time ... A wide window gives better frequency resolution but poor time resolution ...
Simultaneous Masking - Critical Bandwidth
... The ability to hear frequencies separately is known as frequency resolution or frequency selectivity ... A complex sound is split into different frequency components and these components cause a peak in the pattern of vibration at a specific place on the cilia inside the basilar ... individual coding only occurs if the frequency components are different enough in frequency, otherwise they are in the same critical band and are coded at the same ...
Auditory Masking - Simultaneous Masking - Critical Bandwidth
... The ability to hear frequencies separately is known as frequency resolution or frequency selectivity ... A complex sound is split into different frequency components and these components cause a peak in the pattern of vibration at a specific place on the cilia inside the basilar membrane within the cochlea ... This individual coding only occurs if the frequency components are different enough in frequency, otherwise they are in the same critical band and are coded at the same place and are perceived as one sound ...

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