voltage node

voltage node

[′vōl·tij ‚nōd]
(electromagnetism)
Point having zero voltage in a stationary wave system, as in an antenna or transmission line; for example, a voltage node exists at the center of a half-wave antenna.
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5 V to 76 V reduce system cost by allowing the device to be powered from the same voltage node it is monitoring.
The introduction of the new AUC family enables customers to gain higher performance as they move to the lower voltage node DSPs and high-performance analog ICs," said David Hoover, worldwide product marketing manager for TI's Standard Linear and Logic Products.
15 /PRNewswire/ -- Engineers can now bridge the gap between two disparate voltage nodes while maintaining digital switching compatibility by using a tiny, highly integrated Secure Digital (SD)/MultiMedia Card (MMC) level shifter, introduced today by Texas Instruments (TI) .
Industry-first features such as level-shifting support for voltage nodes that include 1.
Mismatched I/O voltages between microprocessors and peripheral devices continue to occur as microprocessor I/O voltages migrate to lower nodes and peripherals maintain higher voltage nodes.