common-mode voltage

common-mode voltage

[¦käm·ən ‚mōd ′vōl·tij]
(electronics)
A voltage that appears in common at both input terminals of a device with respect to the output reference (usually ground).
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Apart from being the only system with complete optical isolation and high common-mode rejection, it also combines a 1-GHz bandwidth and a 2,000-V common-mode voltage range, [and it supports] 50-V differential voltage measurements.
and hence to ensure high rejection of common-mode voltage at the output, the voltage tracking errors evj must be of such values to maintain [[beta].
Xu, "Suppression of common-mode voltage for matrix converter based on SVPWM," Electric Machines and Control, vol.
The NBA3N200S and NBA3N201S both support signaling rates of up to 200 megabits per second (Mbps) and have a common-mode voltage range -1 V to 3.
These external components provide only limited effectiveness and often compromise the resulting system s precision and accuracy over changes in temperature and common-mode voltage.
Suryawanshi Three- Dimensional Space-Vector Modulation to Reduce Common-Mode Voltage for Multilevel Inverter" IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics Vol.
proposed that if the magnitude of the common-mode voltage source of such model was known, a closed-from equation can be used to estimate the maximum radiated E field at resonant frequency of such model [3].
You can do this with a common-mode generator which applies a common-mode voltage to the sensor.
Of the two servos, one keeps the common-mode voltage at ground and the other pins the differential offset voltage to zero.
As a result, they eliminate common-mode voltage errors associated with differences in ground potentials.
This common-mode voltage may change over time, though the variations above a certain frequency may be injected into the receiver as noise.
Common-mode voltage produces two effects in the data acquisition system: an error in measurement or a catastrophic failure.