capacitive feedback

capacitive feedback

[kə¦pas·əd·iv ′fēd‚bak]
(electronics)
Process of returning part of the energy in the plate (or output) circuit of a vacuum tube (or other device) to the grid (or input) circuit by means of a capacitance common to both circuits.
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The NanoCube is the smallest and lightest system in the company's line, with capacitive feedback delivering 100 pm travel range.
Four integrated piezo power amplifiers with an output range of -30 to +130 V as well as circuitry for capacitive feedback sensors, piezoresistive sensors, and traditional strain gages also are onboard.
The varactor connected to the FET source provides series capacitive feedback such that the reflection coefficient looking into the gate exceeds one over a broad bandwidth.