adjustable resistor

adjustable resistor

[ə′jəs·tə·bəl ri′zis·tər]
(electricity)
A resistor having one or more sliding contacts whose position may be changed.
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Microbridge Technologies introduced the MBSTC-02 CMOS device active analog circuit which incorporates the company's passive, Rejustor polysilicon adjustable resistor technology.
With the adjustable resistors R3, R4, R6 will be corrected higher suppressed frequency and ratio (both these parameters are interrelated), and with R10, R11 and R13--lower suppressed frequency.

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