conductive coupling


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conductive coupling

[kən′dək·tiv ′kəp·liŋ]
(electricity)
Electric connection of two electric circuits by their sharing the same resistor.
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At high frequency, the main coupling of the parallel lines becomes the conductive coupling. In high speed circuit, if the traces on the PCB layout are not properly designed, the signals on it will be coupled to the other traces.
Similarly, if the motor is coupled via a conductive coupling to driven equipment such as a gearbox, pump, or jackshaft, then such a discharge could also take place in the driven equipment bearings.
The most significant causes of coupled noise are conductive coupling, common-impedance coupling, and electric and magnetic fields.