dynamic impedance

dynamic impedance

[dī¦nam·ik im′ped·əns]
(electricity)
The impedance of a circuit having an inductance and a capacitance in parallel at the frequency at which this impedance has a maximum value. Also known as rejector impedance.
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Each of the parts features low dynamic impedance and low reverse leakage currents.
With the high degree of current regulation, these devices can act as active inductors with high dynamic impedance in power filter applications to limit voltage and current noise and spikes.
The Velocity PHY Series includes a PCI Express solution that offers a high-level of integration and includes a spread spectrum compliant PLL, dynamic impedance calibrator and PCI Express and PIPE (physical interface for PCI Express architecture) compliant PHY with all logic implemented in silicon for predictable and optimal performance.
In addition, the new technology achieves significantly reduced dynamic impedance, matching or surpassing the lowest available in the discrete semiconductor industry.
Bandgap reference temperature drift curvature correction and low dynamic impedance secure stable reverse breakdown voltage accuracy over a wide range of operating temperatures and currents.
The new LM385 voltage references feature exceptionally low dynamic impedance of 0.
com is the first product to fully utilize the company's proprietary Dynamic Impedance Signal Quantifier (DISQ(TM)) technology, cleared by the FDA in September 1997.
The Company also received 510(k) marketing clearance for its proprietary Dynamic Impedance Signal Quantifier (DISQ(TM)) technology, which provides improved measurement of impedance waveforms and automatic electronic calibration.
measure voltage Dynamic Impedance Lock Programmable per pin Timing accuracy Drive edge placement +/- 375 pS, +/- 300 pS or +/- 225 pS Compare edge placement +/- 375 pS, +/- 300 pS or +/- 275 pS Overall accuracy +/- 530 pS, +/- 425 pS or +/- 355 pS
All these properties assure the opportunity for fast and wideband observation and identification of processes together with minor power consumption in dynamic objects with high-speed changes, so making the titlets promising candidates for implementation in wideband spectroscopy of dynamic impedances, and in other applications, where the broadband high-speed measurement together with low energy consumption is required.

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