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exciter

[ek′sīd·ər]
(electricity)
A small auxiliary generator that provides field current for an alternating-current generator.
(electronics)
A crystal oscillator or self-excited oscillator used to generate the carrier frequency of a transmitter.
(electromagnetism)
The portion of a directional transmitting antenna system that is directly connected to the transmitter.
A loop or probe extending into a resonant cavity or waveguide.
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In addition to DVB-T2, the exciter also supports ATSC, ATSC M/H, DVBT/H, ISDB-Tb, FLO, CTTB, DAB, DMB, CMMB and a wide range of analogue TV standards, including NTSC and PAL.
Although many alternatives are possible, there are two general areas for trade-offs: (1) wideband tunable functional hardware, hardware dedicated to a specific frequency band or common baseband hardware and (2) multifunction receivers and exciters versus multiple single-function receivers and exciters.
And our R&S TCE900 exciter offers the most powerful precorrection on the market with the high level of signal quality expected from Rohde & Schwarz.
The contract is to supply 52 exciter, as required specifications.
In addition to winning the contract to refurbish an existing generator stator and rotor, Quartzelec was also contracted to design, build and commission a new AC brushless exciter to replace the old DC exciter.
FT4K has built-in RDS, programmable from the front keys of the exciter or via RS232 connecting a computer.
Achieving an accurate 6 degree-of-freedom (6-DOF) replication of this environment in a controlled laboratory setting has taken decades of advancements in vibration control and exciter technology.
The FAX exciter also gives the station a clear path to HD Radio broadcasting should the station upgrade in the future.
The company's Exciter Vibrating Mechanism is designed for use with large linear stroke screens and feeders.
2 shows the geometry of the exciter and its parameters in detail, which consists of a rhombic bowtie dipole (Dipole I) with rounded corners and a triangular bowtie dipole (Dipole II) loaded by two narrow rectangular strips.
The fully self-contained Endevco model 28959F/28959FV calibration system consists of a built-in vibration exciter, signal generator, computer-controlled amplifier, and servo mechanism, along with an internal reference accelerometer, thermal printer, RS-232 serial interface, LCD display screen, signal conditioners, connectors, and mounting accessories.