distortion factor

distortion factor

[di′stȯr·shən ‚fak·tər]
(communications)
Ratio of the effective value of the residue of a wave after elimination of the fundamental to the effective value of the original wave.
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Admittedly the distortion factor in Bulgaria is lower - recorded emigration rates of between 6% and 7% compare to figures of up to 50% reported in polls of the capital Sofia - but the overarching point remains the same; immigration polls are not to be trusted.
The New Age Philosophy factor was significantly positively correlated with all four schizotypy scales, and the Reality Distortion factor of the SPQ.
The New Age Philosophy factor showed significant positive correlations with all four schizotypy scales, and the Reality Distortion factor of the SPQ.
In the present study, the Reality Distortion factor of the SPQ was significantly correlated with all five paranormal belief factors, whereas none of the other schizotypy factors showed more than two significant correlations with the paranormal belief factors, and for the Interpersonal and Disorganization factors, one correlation was negative and the other positive.
The RMS harmonic distortion factor (HDF) as a function of reference voltage and frequency is given by the equation (6) where [F.
The harmonic distortion factor of the proposed continual and split claming sequences assuming [gamma] = 30[degrees] can be calculated using the equations (7) [9].
The Weighted Total Harmonic Distortion factor for passive or active R-L loads in which the resistance is either frequency independent or frequency dependent (i.
Ferrite inductors not only suppress noise in both the voice and data bands, but also implement impedance matching and insulation with a low distortion factor, thereby maximizing transmission speed.
Forgotten is that the abortion distortion factor also applies to the ingenious ways abortionists undermine the legislative intent.
The EU7000is offers a maximum 7000 VA of enhanced commercial grade electricity with a wave form distortion factor of less than 2.
Coverage includes gating and distortion factors, flux gating in sodium and potassium channels, and microwave thermal fluorescence spectroscopy.
The Agilent InfiniiSim waveform transformation software allows engineers to model existing loss and distortion factors when they acquire data and to mathematically consider them in rendering waveforms anywhere in the modeled circuit.