signal voltage

signal voltage

[′sig·nəl ‚vōl·tij]
(electricity)
Effective (root-mean-square) voltage value of a signal.
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Normative-service preventive and corrective maintenance of electrical and lighting installation (strong signal voltage equal to or greater than 220 volts), and communications facilities (weak signals lower voltage to 220 volts) Asepeyo Centers, Mutual Collaborator with the Social Security No.
For the FEXT to be dimensionless, as the ratio of the noise voltage to the signal voltage, kf has to have units of nsec/in.
The signal voltage is proportional to the velocity of the impact body.
It also increases the input signal voltage to the required level.
5 V and the reflection time is greater than one-half of the bit time, or when the differential signal voltage is less than 1 V.
The audio signal voltage from the amplifier is connected to the two stators, but in a special manner: the signal applied to each stator is identical with the exception of phase: one signal is 180 degrees out of phase with the other.
The arrays may be used on I/O ports where the signal voltage is positive.
Data acquisition must include 5 channels of data, as standard, with each measurement: cd, absorbance, high tension voltage, temperature and signal voltage.
Since signal nets reference the local PDN to define signal voltage, PDN noise results in higher signal noise.
Noise% as the percent of the near-end noise to the signal voltage
Avoids signal voltage drops that cause receiver latching failures
3V signal voltage for the DS mode (SD clock 25MHz and 12.

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