driving signal

driving signal

[′drīv·iŋ ‚sig·nəl]
(electronics)
Television signal that times the scanning at the pickup point.
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Generally, the driving signal is obtained by target signal and frequency response function.
The driving signal T is obtained by triangular wave modulation involving triangle carrier wave and modulating wave.
If the driving signal power is outside of the datasheet rating, the IGBT can fail and no longer be controlled by the transistor's gate.
Keep increasing the driving signal until the peak of signal.
0's focal length and effective aperture are controlled electronically by adjusting the amplitude and the frequency of the RF driving signal.
As the driving signal increases, the valve will tend to move in the same direction as the signal.
Since the FETs are typically biased in the pinch-off operation region, conduction of the FETs occurs on alternating positive and negative cycles of the driving signal defined as an input signal of the FETs.
32] can be expressed in terms of the driving signal.
The electrical driving signal was derived from the output of a network analyser [HP8702A] set at 18 dBm.
Contract notice: New driving signal conditioning herrenkrug.
Problem with such configuration is the delivery of the driving signal to high side switch: floating driver and power supply are needed here.