Talk:Center frequency

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The highest amplitude of a sinc(x) is centered at the carrier frequency.

Definitions of centre frequency[edit]

This article completely misses another important use of the term "centre frequency"; namely that in comms applications, the centre frequency is defined as frequency of the unmodulated carrier, which is typically the arithmetic mean of the signal bandwidth (not the geometric mean). Oli Filth 13:09, 22 September 2006 (UTC)