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    Regarding the phrase below what could "the amplitude-wise" mean?

    It should be noted, however, that a ‘simple’ geophone construction, as it is typically used in refection seismic campaigns, is -due to its very design speci¢cations (frequency- and amplitude-wise) - not suited for the presented spectroscopic approach.


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    Re: amplitude-wise

    The suffix '-wise' means 'with reference to'.

    '...its design specifications with reference to frequency and amplitude...'

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