Exciter

A circuit designed to enhance the presence of an audio signal by synthesizing new high frequency harmonics to make it sound more clear, punchy, bright, or loud, without the use of ordinary EQ or gain
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Exciter

A circuit designed to enhance the presence of an audio signal by synthesizing new high frequency harmonics to make it sound more clear, punchy, bright, or loud, without the use of ordinary EQ or gain.
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Exciter

Ex·cit'er noun One who, or that which, excites. « Hope is the grand exciter of industry.» Dr. H. More.
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Exciter

• (n.) One who, or that which, excites.
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exciter

(from the article `electric generator`) ...in a generator with a capacity of 1,000 megavolt-amperes this will still be several megawatts. For most large synchronous generators, the field ...
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Exciter

Exciter The transmitter that is part of a scanner.
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Exciter

[effect] An exciter (also called a harmonic exciter or aural exciter) is an audio signal processing technique used to enhance a signal by dynamic equalization, phase manipulation, harmonic synthesis of (usually) high frequency signals, and through the addition of subtle harmonic distortion. Dynamic equalization involves variation of the equ...
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exciter

a generator which supplies all or part of the power to the field winding of an electrical machine NOTE - Exciters may be direct current or alternating current machines and are part of the excitation system.
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