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Spanish translation: señales/frecuencias espurias discretas

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English term or phrase:discrete spurs
Spanish translation:señales/frecuencias espurias discretas
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18:31 Feb 13, 2012
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Tech/Engineering - Telecom(munications) / Satellites
English term or phrase: discrete spurs
For the next adjacent carrier to the SMTS integrated ot-of band signal power shall be less than the greater of -65 dBc or 12 dBmV in 6 MHz, excluding up to three ****discrete spurs*****.
Traducciones Alta Tecnología SA de CV
Mexico
señales/frecuencias espurias discretas
Explanation:
Con esta manía de recortar del inglés, van más rápido que los diccionarios. Según varios contextos, "spur" significa "spurious". Cuando lo usan como sustantivo, el sentido depende del sustantivo al cual modificaba originalmente. Así, puede referirse a "spurious signal", "spurious frequency" y supongo yo que a cualquier otra cosa espuria.

• The quantity P3 – Ps is also known as the "spur (spurious)-free dynamic range" (SDFR). (http://books.google.com.ar/books?id=6UQ_zPtMEmgC&pg=PA200&lp... )

• the highest amplitud spur (spurious frequency) (pág. 5 de http://www.datasheetcatalog.org/datasheets/480/282100_DS.pdf )

• Budget, spur (spurious signal), noise, and group delay data are typical objectives (http://cp.literature.agilent.com/litweb/pdf/ads2008/cktsim/a... )

• There is an ambiguity of the word spurs (spurious signals). It can be interpreted as "internal spurs" in a context of
receiver testing. It can also mean spurious signals (unintended narrowband signals) emitted by computers and microcontrollers (computer spurs). ( http://mail.flex-radio.biz/pipermail/flexradio_flex-radio.bi... )

• A spur is any spurious or unwanted signal (diapositiva 53 de https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&q=cache:UD5uZGOd7KEJ:www.... )

En tu caso, están hablando de frecuencias, pero creo que "señal espuria" es un comodín adecuado.

Saludos,

Daniel



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Note added at 8 hrs (2012-02-14 02:40:43 GMT)
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Lo que también confunde la situación es que estas señales son picos agudos y transitorios, por lo que el lector (al menos yo) tiende a asociarlo con el sentido de "pinchar" de la traducción literal "espuela", pero es todo una gran casualidad confabulatoria.
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señales/frecuencias espurias discretas


Explanation:
Con esta manía de recortar del inglés, van más rápido que los diccionarios. Según varios contextos, "spur" significa "spurious". Cuando lo usan como sustantivo, el sentido depende del sustantivo al cual modificaba originalmente. Así, puede referirse a "spurious signal", "spurious frequency" y supongo yo que a cualquier otra cosa espuria.

• The quantity P3 – Ps is also known as the "spur (spurious)-free dynamic range" (SDFR). (http://books.google.com.ar/books?id=6UQ_zPtMEmgC&pg=PA200&lp... )

• the highest amplitud spur (spurious frequency) (pág. 5 de http://www.datasheetcatalog.org/datasheets/480/282100_DS.pdf )

• Budget, spur (spurious signal), noise, and group delay data are typical objectives (http://cp.literature.agilent.com/litweb/pdf/ads2008/cktsim/a... )

• There is an ambiguity of the word spurs (spurious signals). It can be interpreted as "internal spurs" in a context of
receiver testing. It can also mean spurious signals (unintended narrowband signals) emitted by computers and microcontrollers (computer spurs). ( http://mail.flex-radio.biz/pipermail/flexradio_flex-radio.bi... )

• A spur is any spurious or unwanted signal (diapositiva 53 de https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&q=cache:UD5uZGOd7KEJ:www.... )

En tu caso, están hablando de frecuencias, pero creo que "señal espuria" es un comodín adecuado.

Saludos,

Daniel



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Note added at 8 hrs (2012-02-14 02:40:43 GMT)
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Lo que también confunde la situación es que estas señales son picos agudos y transitorios, por lo que el lector (al menos yo) tiende a asociarlo con el sentido de "pinchar" de la traducción literal "espuela", pero es todo una gran casualidad confabulatoria.

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