bias voltage


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bias voltage

[′bī·əs ‚vōl·tij]
(electronics)
A voltage applied or developed between two electrodes as a bias.
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Ln(I) - Ln(V) plots suggested that dominant current conduction mechanism in the structure follows the order; Ohmic, trap-filled space charge-limited current and space charge-limited current with increasing bias voltage.
8 and 9) the range of temperature lower than ~100[degrees]C, the capacitance is nearly temperature independent with no bias voltage dependence for dc voltage of +2V.
As the elbow frequency depends on the bias voltage, biasing of PV detectors should be avoided in high sensitivity applications.
The transmitter device incorporates Mitsubishi Electric's original built-in bias circuit, which sends DC bias voltage to the modulator independent from the circuit connecting the driver IC.
Dark current density is below 10-6 A/cm2 at a bias voltage of -2V.
In addition, the construction of the lead-frame isolates the capacitors from the printed circuit board, thereby providing advanced mechanical and thermal stress performance and addressing concerns for audible microphonic noise that may occur when a bias voltage is applied," continued Scruggs.
The user has the ability to set a unique identifier for each 9103 in the string, thus making it possible to monitor current from multiple devices versus a single applied bias voltage.
AIMM is a self-contained multi-chip-module (MCM) comprising a tunable impedance network incorporating Paratek's PTICs, an on-board microprocessor with custom control algorithms, forward and reverse power detectors, and a bias voltage generator.
Change the ambient temperature, bias voltage and frequency range of the plots
ReneSola's 300 W multicrystalline solar module was exposed to 1,000 volts of bias voltage at a temperature of 85 degrees Celsius and a relative humidity of 85% for 96 consecutive hours.
MEMS resonators require a unique drive circuit and a stable bias voltage for proper operation.