close coupling

close coupling

[¦klōs ′kəp·liŋ]
(electricity)
The coupling obtained when the primary and secondary windings of a radio-frequency or intermediate-frequency transformer are close together.
A degree of coupling that is greater than critical coupling. Also known as tight coupling.
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There is a close coupling required between these two systems.
This begins to explain the ancestral origins of the neural basis for the close coupling between vocal and pectoral/gestural signalling that is observed among many vertebrate groups, including humans.
The experimental setup for the single duct field and the close coupling installation is diagrammed in Figures 1 and 2, respectively.
CombiMagBloc close-coupled pumps incorporate a self-centering 'Taper Lock' close coupling feature which enables the outer rotor to be directly mounted onto the motor shaft and this eliminates the potential for any 'flexible' coupling or bearing frame mis-alignment.
Although Linux is not seen as a universal remedy, the report apparently concludes that Linux removes the need for close coupling between the OS and specific hardware.
Our complete close coupling calculations show: 1) that [a.
There is certainly a conflict between requirements for independents and requirements for close coupling with the industry.