dielectric absorption


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dielectric absorption

[‚dī·ə′lek·trik əb′sȯrp·shən]
(electricity)
The persistence of electric polarization in certain dielectrics after removal of the electric field.
(electromagnetism)
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The low dielectric absorption resulting in the waveform distortion rate (attenuation of the noise) in Figure 2 (a) and impedance and ESR versus frequency characteristics in Figure 2 (b) shows CFCAPs compare very favorably with film-chip capacitors and greatly improved (more than 30 dB lower) over barium titanate MLCCs.
Cleveland, uses a remote picoammeter front-end, per-pin design and an advanced probe card to achieve low levels of parasitic dielectric absorption.
The position of this maximum in the microwave range of frequency indicates that we are dealing with a dielectric absorption of the Debye type.
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Speed limitations The high dielectric absorption and parasitic capacitance of many switch matrix designs limit test throughput at low current levels because of the time required for the matrix to settle to a steady state.