capacitive coupling


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capacitive coupling

[kə′pas·ə·təns ‚kəp·liŋ]
(electricity)
Use of a capacitor to transfer energy from one circuit to another.
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Like our other AEM instruments and monitors, EndoShield eliminates the risk of stray energy burns from capacitive coupling and insulation failure in laparoscopy.
Contract notice: 2 machines rie mode plasma capacitive coupling (irm-cpc) mode and inductive coupling (icp-irm).
2) In the readout circuits, a level shift function is simultaneously achieved by a capacitive coupling through the PMOS capacitors, allowing adjustment of the signal dynamic range between the column CDS circuits and the PGA and the ADC.
However, because the EPIC sensor utilises capacitive coupling, it doesn't rely on good skin contact and can actually measure ECG through normal clothing and seat cover fabric.
Both Touche and smartphone touchscreens are based on the phenomenon known as capacitive coupling.
With capacitive coupling we are using the human body to transmit signals," said Bhikshesvaran.
The oscillation duration is usually five to ten times its period and is spread easily through the capacitive coupling to the low voltage networks.
One such solution involves the use of a capacitive coupling plate resting on the device-under-test (DUT) to pick stimulus signals injected via test pads.
The generated voltage pulses induce an AC voltage onto the motor shaft via parasitic capacitive coupling between the rotor shaft and the stator windings.
Backward crosstalk is the sum of the inductive and capacitive coupling, whereas forward is the difference between the two (FIGURE 3).
Contract notice: 2 machines reactive ion plasma etching mode capacitive coupling (gir-ccp) and inductively coupled mode (irm-pci).
Active Electrode Monitoring is intended to control stray monopolar energy caused by insulation failure and capacitive coupling in surgical instruments on the shaft of the instrument.