driving signal

driving signal

[′drīv·iŋ ‚sig·nəl]
(electronics)
Television signal that times the scanning at the pickup point.
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To the input of the CSTR Simulink model was put the driving signal and the system output was used as the comparative signal to be predicted.
The electrical driving signal was derived from the output of a network analyser [HP8702A] set at 18 dBm.
Contract notice: Construction of a new hall for underfloor lathes, driving signal conditioning.
The part uses a synchronizing clock input from the secondary side of the isolation transformer to generate a driving signal with set dead times with respect to the primary-side PWM signal.
9V differential output swing, each port is capable of driving signal transmission over 30 meters of twinax cable.
At this point, the design often needs to be re-optimized because adding test logic can disrupt the original design, violating critical path timing, or exceeding maximum transition time of a driving signal.
TI's powerful DSPs and DSP cores are driving signal processing into mainstream applications," said John Cooper, DSP marketing director at Synopsys.
Instead of permanently applied electric driving signals as used in traditional LCD, the BiNem liquid crystals change their orientation on the application of electric pulse and remain in that new orientation until another electric pulse will change and twist them back again.
The IC also protects against possible damage from other equipment driving signals onto the HDMI link.
To those unfamiliar with boundary scan, it simply can be described as follows: A boundary-scan compliant IC would have at each of its pins a boundary scan cell, which, depending on its type, would be capable of driving signals or receiving signals or both, if it is a bidirectional cell.
The Linksys Wireless Signal Booster also helps save on wiring costs and build corporate wireless infrastructure by driving signals into distant, reflective corners and hard-to-reach areas.
Our results now give a very concrete reason for having chaotic driving signals in the body," Pecora says.

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