hold circuit

hold circuit

[′hōld ‚sər·kət]
(electronics)
A circuit in a sampled-data control system that converts the series of impulses, generated by the sampler, into a rectangular function, in order to smooth the signal to the motor or plant.
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The judges of these courts, with the aid of the State judges, may hold circuits for the trial of causes in the several parts of the respective districts.
The integrator is followed by Sample and Hold Circuit (S/H), which is optimized for least noise contribution in terms of clock feed through (Yoon, N.
An integrated dynamic hold circuit ensures that the phase dimmer angle is decoded properly while minimizing the extra power losses associated with holding current.
1] capacitor of a variable linear voltage generator which becomes thus sawtooth pulses generator with the same frequency as the input voltage, and on the other hand for commanding a S/H sample and hold circuit.
At this time the negative voltage is captured and stored by the sample and hold circuit.
Circuit City was trying to take away people's day in court," he said, adding that such mandatory agreements "make it very hard to hold Circuit City responsible for anything that it did.
On-chip sample and hold circuit makes simplifies analog signal processing and reduce layout area.
8-V A/D converter with an on-chip sample-and- hold circuit that enables the device to maintain excellent performance with input frequencies up to 200 MHz.
The Z16FMC Series also features up to twelve single-ended channels of 10-bit analog-to-digital conversion with a sample and hold circuit plus one operational amplifier for current sampling and one comparator for over-current limiting or shutdown.
Xignal's CTDS based XT11 family requires no sample and hold circuit to function, but rather uses a simple, current driven (resistive) input stage.