transfer characteristic


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transfer characteristic

[′tranz·fər ‚kar·ik·tə‚ris·tik]
(electronics)
Relation, usually shown by a graph, between the voltage of one electrode and the current to another electrode, with all other electrode voltages being maintained constant.
Function which, multiplied by an input magnitude, will give a resulting output magnitude.
Relation between the illumination on a camera tube and the corresponding output-signal current, under specified conditions of illumination.
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This paper presents a new mathematical model of the heat transfer characteristics for oil shale particles during the retorting.
7(a), the simulated transfer characteristics for the EDMS are plotted as a function of gap (G).
The transfer characteristic diagram is illustrated by a solid line in Fig.
The transfer characteristic of the matched signal path containing the meander system is presented by curve 1 in Fig.
This portion of the transfer characteristic is the most useful since the output signal is an accurate representation of the input signal except for a scaling factor.
3,5-7] It is known that the main source of IMD in a PA is typically the cubic term of the PA transfer characteristic.
PD generate a nonlinear transfer characteristic, which equalizes the amplifier's transfer characteristics in both magnitude and phase.
PD linearizers generate a nonlinear transfer characteristic, which is the reverse of the amplifier's transfer characteristics in both magnitude and phase, as shown in Figure 9.
time envelope is difficult for most amplifiers that display a nonlinear amplitude transfer characteristic (such as class C and AB amplifiers) to achieve.
The magnitude of ripples in the balun's transfer characteristic depends on the length of the linear CPW taper.
RF amplifiers used for cellular communications applications must have a near-linear transfer characteristic to avoid introduction of intermodulation distortion (IMD) products produced during the amplification process.