output power


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output power

[′au̇t‚pu̇t ‚pau̇·ər]
(electricity)
Power delivered by a system or transducer to its load.
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Mitsubishi Electric is expanding its Ku-band GaN-HEMT lineup to meet this growing demand for higher output power levels with the introduction of its MGFK50G3745 model, boasting an industry-leading output power of 100W, and the 70W output power MGFK48G3745 model.
The second moment of the output power variable is the variance that relates the deviation of the output power to the mean, reflecting the variability of the wind turbines' generated power.
The 2x3 optical moderator is based on symmetric Y splitter that divide the output power equally which is 50% for each arm.
In swept mode, the output power can be varied from 0 to 100 W in 5-W increments.
With Mitsubishi Electric's technological breakthrough the MPPT system can automatically measure the PV array's output power characteristics and then control the array to operate at its maximum output-power point, thereby ensuring that the PV system receives maximum output power from the array.
To achieve such a system a power amplifier with higher output power and high linearity for 3G base stations is vital.
Within the 824 to 849 MHz region for CEL Tx-band operation the unit features a typical output power in GMSK mode of 35 dBm with an input power of 3 dBm.
The output power of the RF power amplifier cannot increase indefinitely.
The chip, with an output power of 400 milliwatts, was developed by TRW under contract to the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), Sensors Directorate, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, as part of the government's Dual Use Science and Technology program.