matched load

matched load

[′macht ′lōd]
(electronics)
A load having the impedance value that results in maximum absorption of energy from the signal source.
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The velocities, and thus the felt recoil, of the matched loads are not jolting.
A fixed gain video line driver like the OPA682 delivers a wideband but precise gain of +1 to matched loads where signals must be transmitted between various pieces of video processing equipment.
The disassembling of elements and works for the comings and goings of vehicles are matched loads, which require accompanying measures to ensure particular traffic safety throughout the duration of the decommissioning work.