field frequency

field frequency

[′fēld ‚frē·kwən·sē]
(electronics)
The number of fields transmitted per second in television; equal to the frame frequency multiplied by the number of fields that make up one frame. Also known as field repetition rate.
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The experiments show that for saturated dielectric hysteresis loops the increase of the electric field frequency results in a decrease of reversible polarization values, which obeys the exponential rule (Fig.
Let's determine the dependence of the shielding factors on the external field frequency for a circular passive loop and conductive shells (spherical and cubic) placed in the homogeneous low-frequency MF.
Thereby, the dependence of the Clausius-Mosotti factor on the electric field frequency allows for a wide range variation of the force acting on a cell.
Time field frequency features that are used include mean, domain, maximum and vibration signal Kurtosis coefficient.
If the fields are changing fast enough the sensor need only be turned on for a cycle or two of the field frequency, assuming that the peak field strength is changing slowly in comparison to the actual field frequency.
Hence, results show that the field frequency and quality factor Q rise slightly when outer slot depth and tooth width increase, respectively.
The time-harmonic field frequency is 180 MHz, and the amplitude is 19.
51 1 Acoustic field frequency f (Hz) 90-170 Sound pressure level above the bed (dB) 120-145
Scope of Publication Field Frequency Percent Valid Cumulative Percent Percent Audit 5 20.
their respective controls Field Frequency and Strength (mV/cm) DC* 4 Hz* 10 20 1 10 20 # of animals (n) 13 12 16 14 11 Duration of active 0.
Golub, Detailed discussion of a linear electric field frequency shift induced in confined gases by a magnetic field gradient: Implications for neutron electric dipole moment experiments.
Furthermore, it is crucial that the system provides not only a measure of the magnetic field strength but also of field frequency at a given strength (for AC fields).