The transmission curve or transmission characteristic is the mathematical function or graph that describes the transmission fraction of an optical or electronic filter as a function of frequency or wavelength. It is an instance of a transfer function but, unlike the case of, for example, an amplifier, output never exceeds input (maximum transmission is 100%). The term is often used in commerce, science, and technology to characterise filters.
- Electronic filter — examples of transmission characteristics of electronic filters
- Arndt, F. and Saulich, G. (1979), Microwave filters with nonperiodic transmission characteristic. Int. J. Circ. Theor. Appl., 7: 87–96. doi: 10.1002/cta.4490070110
- Introduction to Spectrophotometry, PowerPoint presentation, slide 16 and the Notes for it, cfcc.edu
- Schneider, Transmission Curves of B+W Filters
- Manastash Ridge Observatory "show the transmission curves for our Sloan filters"
- IEEE: Research on curve fitting of transmission T of 2D photonic crystal microcavity: "It is found that the calculated transmission curve fits the Lorentz function"
- The Relation of Radio Sky-Wave Transmission to Ionosphere Measurements, N Smith, Proceedings of the I.R.E., May 1939; discusses linear and logarithmic transmission curves of the ionosphere
- Radiation transmission data for radionuclides and materials relevant to brachytherapy facility shielding, P. Papagiannis et al., 2008, American Association of Physicists in Medicine. DOI:10.1118/1.2986153 . Discusses and calculates transmission curves related with screening of clinical equipment generating ionising radiation.
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