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Definition of Excitative

Excitative
Excitative Ex*cit"a*tive, a. [Cf. F. excitatif.] Having power to excite; tending or serving to excite; excitatory. --Barrow.

Meaning of Excitative from wikipedia

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- An exciter (also called a harmonic exciter or aural exciter) is an audio signal processing technique used to enhance a signal by dynamic equalization,...
- electronics design, an excitation table shows the minimum inputs that are necessary to generate a particular next state (in other words, to "excite" it to the next...
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