attenuation network

attenuation network

[ə‚ten·yə′wā·shən ′net‚wərk]
(electronics)
Arrangement of circuit elements, usually impedance elements, inserted in circuitry to introduce a known loss or to reduce the impedance level without reflections.
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After 220V phase voltage reduce by calibration attenuation network, voltage signal is sent to the voltage channel of ADE7755 (V2P port and V2N port).
The -3dB frequency in this attenuation network is decided by R4 and C3, as well as R19, R23 and R24, the value of these three resistances is greater than R4 even the jumper caps are all connected.
The DS90LV110 receiver will accept LVPECL (Low Voltage Pseudo Emitter Coupled Logic) input signals, or PECL levels with attenuation networks.