impedance mismatch


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impedance mismatch

The difficulty of storing the many-to-many relationships of an object model in a traditional relational database. See O-R mapping.
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The topology shown in figure 8 is used for the link segment simulation, which uses a maximum impedance mismatch of 10[OMEGA] between cable and connectors.
However, it can be noted that the impedance for 8 mm is less than impedance for 6 mm curve (Figure 14), so there is more impedance mismatch with axis length = 8 mm which can also be observed by comparing the curves of [F.
Re-positioning an underwater cannon would be easier than moving one on land, and the sonic boom would be nearly eliminated due to a concept called impedance mismatch, which predicts that over 90 percent of the explosion's ear-deafening sound would be reflected into the atmosphere.
This is to be expected due to the high acoustic absorption in air (which effectively fills the gaps in the sensor-surface contact) at ultrasonic frequencies and the very high impedance mismatch.
If these traces are allowed to cross splits, it may cause the three problems of impedance mismatch, EMI and crosstalk discussed earlier.
CocoBase(R) Enterprise O/R, Dynamic Object to Relational Mapping(TM) optimized for J2EE and J2SE customer success is the top solution for solving the Object to Relational impedance mismatch.
This software feature predicts RF system performance by considering specification trade-offs, such as impedance mismatch versus gain, earlier in the design cycle.
Using this technology, the PHY device can detect and identify potential cabling problems, such as cable opens, cable shorts or any impedance mismatch in the cable, and accurately report--within one meter-the distance to the fault.
The small reflection loss in CB3O can be attributed to the impedance mismatch occurring because most of incidence waves are reflected as a result of the high conductivity on the surface.
However, impedance mismatch can be mitigated by the proper choice of database technology.
Instead of restored function, you could get what we biophysicists call an impedance mismatch," Dr.
The devices represent a competitive alternative to GaN-based solutions designed for similar applications, featuring the ability to handle an impedance mismatch (VSWR) of greater than 65:1 with outstanding linearity at a significantly lower device cost.