active element


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active element

[′ak·tiv ′el·ə·mənt]
(electronics)
Any generator of voltage or current in an impedance network. Also known as active component.
(nuclear physics)
A chemical element which has one or more radioactive isotopes.
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of Abbreviation of Internal active/ active element or subsections passive elements elements [9],[10] 3/3 OTA -- [11] 3/2 2x VCA + DT + VB -- [12] 2/4 CCII + UCC + 4 diodes -- [13] 2/4 DVCC -- [14] 2/1 MO-CTTA sCA+OTA [15] 2/1 MO-CCCDTA CDU+OTA [18] 2/1 MO-CCCCTA CCCII+OTA [21] 2/3 DO-VDBA, FB-VDBA OTA+VB+VI [22] 1/2 CG-CDVA aCA+DVCA [25] 1/3 ZC-CG-VDCC OTA+ECCII Fig.
1] that is conveyed into Z terminal of the active element.
Lahiri [17] proposed controllable oscillator with two CDTAs and two grounded capacitors or oscillator employing only one active element [18], [19].
In such a converter, a short period of the load (active mode of operation) is realized in each working cycle, at which intense current pulses are excited in the active elements (inductor and armature), and the armature moves straight with the actuator, and a prolonged pause (passive mode work).
This filter uses known connection Y-Z of the conveyors, which advantage is applying the input signal to high-impedance terminal Y of the active element and it ensures its simple connection in cascade.
The active element pattern method is a very simple but powerful tool to account for the mutual coupling and platform effect [25-29].
The company claims the new offering is the first product intended to treat e-mail content as an active element of an organization's business processes, while helping to simplify and automate the declaration of e-mail messages as business records.
With regard to the active element, there is the need to venture out and find those who have never heard the gospel before.
He said: ``It is unacceptable to discharge considerable amounts of the long-life radio active element Technisium-99 into the sea.
BlueJ delivers active element programming; enabling programmers to view element interactions while the program is being built.