compensating capacitor

compensating capacitor

[′käm·pən‚sād·iŋ kə′pas·əd·ər]
(electronics)
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The use of harmonic filters and compensating capacitor batteries in the case of controlled converters does not lead to the desired result in ensuring the quality of electric energy [1].
Extra discontinuities were introduced in the measurements because the edge of the perpendicular PCB overlapped the trace of the test board and the compensating capacitor.
Sutton said that the bird and its bread were discovered at a compensating capacitor - one of the points where the mains electricity supply enters the collider from above ground.
These limitations have been overcome by the use of mm-wave oscillators and VCOs in a lumped-element circuit form in which a temperature compensating capacitor is located directly at the circuit elements (Gunn and/or varactor diode) to be compensated.
A schematic drawing and circuit layout of a temperature compensated Ka-band (26 to 40 GHz) VCO with two possible placements of a compensating capacitor [C.
A material parameter of primary interest for a compensating capacitor is the temperature coefficient of the capacitor's dielectric material.
Materials for a compensating capacitor for a lumped-element or printed-circuit mm-wave VCO or oscillator are shown in Table 1.
The compensating capacitor was fabricated from 10 mil thick copper clad Epsilom-10 ([Epsilon.
A lumped-element compensating capacitor fabricated from 5 mil thick metalized Kapton was used in parallel with the Gunn diode package.
Outside the building will be developed the outdoor equipment of seven (157) compensating capacitors 157.
A mathematical model is used for the system analysis including the compensating capacitors.
At approximately one-third the footprint area of a 0402 capacitor, the RM Series 0201 case size parts are available in production quantities for both Class 1 temperature compensating capacitors as well as Class 2 high capacitance value parts.