resistor network

resistor network

[ri′zis·tər ′net‚wərk]
(electricity)
An electrical network consisting entirely of resistances.
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The converter uses a R/2R resistor network and a segmented switching current cell arrangement in order to reduce glitch energy.
With this resistor network, the drivers will see an impedance of about 25[omega] to the return path for the common signal.
The Delphi option lets users specify a resistor network using Delphi methodology for generating environment-independent compact resistor models of IC packages.
Typically, two strain gages are mounted on a test member, and two highly stable discrete resistors or a highly stable resistor network complete the bridge.
k], as well as values of the resistors needed for generating of the resistor network output signal, based on samples, in the case that discretization of the sinusoidal function is performed in 24 points, which subsequently means n 24 and [DELTA][theta] = 15[degrees].
The result of the process window DoE determined the placement of a 0402X4 resistor network to be a circle, centered at the CAD location with a diameter of 0.
The ICS system provides up to four proportional outputs and eight digital outputs, where the proportional outputs can accept inputs from any of P-Q's single and multiple axis joysticks, as well as a simple resistor network.
The software incorporates a DELPHI option, allowing for specification of a resistor network using DELPHI methodology for generating environment-independent compact resistor models of IC packages.
The one shown in Figure 3 uses identical current sources to drive a resistor network that provides a voltage output.
R400, part of net PU_400, is shown as one element in a 1-k[ohm] resistor network but, in fact, measures 100 [ohm].
The MCP45HV31 s 7-bit resistor network resolution enables 127 resistors and 128 taps, while the MCP45HV51 s 8-bit configuration supports 255 resistors and 256 taps.