blocking capacitor

blocking capacitor

[′bläk·iŋ kə′pas·əd·ər]
(electronics)
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In BTL operation, there is no need for a DC blocking capacitor between the amplifier and speaker, which saves cost and space, all without power loss even at low frequencies.
The power supply also connected blocking capacitor 100nF located between GND (ground) and VCC pin microcontroller.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Anode Blocking Capacitor
It works as an RF-DC de-coupling network as well as the DC return and contains a series DC blocking capacitor.
Each amplifier needs only an input and output DC blocking capacitor, plus a choke to bias its open collector output.
The broadband low noise amplifiers from Pasternack contain internal circuits including DC blocking capacitors at the RF input/output ports and are guaranteed to operate over a wide temperature swing from -20[degrees]C to +70[degrees]C.
Since the voice circuits weren't directly compatible with the 3140's typical E&M channel cards, they were modified by utilizing blocking capacitors to match the DC in the trainers and to provide a lower-level audio I/O to the 3140 voice circuits.
The CX20787 has a pair of ProCoustic[TM] capless headphone drivers, which eliminate the need for external DC blocking capacitors, and its detect and switch support capabilities support a variety of global headsets.
When a differential pair includes termination resistors, DC blocking capacitors, via pairs or serpentine sections, it needs to be checked that such elements are implemented symmetrically (10,11).
Unlike GaAs solutions, no blocking capacitors are required if DC voltage is not present on the RF ports.
The RFX8420 is unrivaled in its level of integration, as all RF decoupling components and DC blocking capacitors are integrated completely on-chip - a big differentiator to existing solutions that require multiple inductors and capacitors externally which add additional cost and board space.