damping resistor

damping resistor

[′dam·piŋ ri‚zis·tər]
(electricity)
A resistor that is placed across a parallel resonant circuit or in series with a series resonant circuit to decrease the Q factor and thereby eliminate ringing.
A noninductive resistor placed across an analog meter to increase damping.
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The first one is to detect the current of filter capacitor and generate a virtual damping resistor [17]-[18].
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A resonant peak exists and can be weakened by damping resistor R.
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s] remains unchanged, in order to maintain a perfect match to the resonance frequency, is necessary to adjust the value of the damping resistor [R.
56MHz), changes in value for the damping resistor invokes changes in bandwidth (4), (5).
Capacitor-rated contactors with damping resistors reduce back-to-back switching currents.
All filters provide >80dB of differential attenuation (and >60dB of common-mode attenuation) at 500kHz, and they include stabilizing bulk capacitors and damping resistors.
All damping resistors, which are usually surface mount components on memory modules, are buried or embedded in the PCB (Printed Circuit Board) in this design.
Several proprietary features differentiate the LVC XXXA in the marketplace, including optional bus-hold circuitry, damping resistors, a lower power-off leakage current, and lower data-retention minimum voltage.
Damping resistors, also optional, eliminate reflections in high-speed applications, substantially reducing EMI and improving noise immunity.