matched impedance

matched impedance

[′macht im′pēd·əns]
(electricity)
An impedance of a load which is equal to the impedance of a generator, so that maximum power is delivered to the load.
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Poorly matched impedance circuits and cables can cause a noise factor that reduces signal integrity of any number of elements in the system.
Boards up to 16 layers, with or without blind and buried vias, and controlled and matched impedance, can be designed and priced using an automated RFQ process.
The CM1235 and CM1236 eliminate the need for these measures, providing matched impedance with no external compensation or components required, in a board-independent footprint.
The CM1234 eliminates the need for these measures, providing matched impedance with no external compensation or components required.
By applying matched impedance and large gauge wire in the product, the cable assembly can run at a higher baud rate over longer distances.
By integrating inductance into the ESD device, PicoGuard XS eliminates the need for these measures providing matched impedance with no external compensation or components required.
Combined with a matched impedance interface and zero skew, the Aptera connector platform is scalable for future system design requirements.
The CM1238 eliminates the need for these measures, providing matched impedance with no external compensation or components required.
The group's initial test offering comes in standard and custom configurations and is slated to include test sockets and contactors with spring probes GCI(TM) flex, Paricon PariPoser(R) -- or a proprietary matched impedance flex circuit for high speed digital and analog RF applications.
Our PicoGuard XS(R) architecture with a unique matched impedance design that optimizes both ESD performance and signal integrity was ideally positioned to meet those exacting requirements.
By integrating the inductance into the ESD device, PicoGuard XS eliminates the need for these measures providing matched impedance with no external compensation or components required.
Gore assemblies deliver performance by combining a matched impedance cable with a monotonic loss trace.