compensation signals

compensation signals

[‚käm·pən′sā·shən ‚sig·nəlz]
(engineering)
In telemetry, signals recorded on a tape, along with the data and in the same track as the data, used during the playback of data to correct electrically the effects of tape-speed errors.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The compensation signals current [i.sub.f] or voltage [u.sub.f], are compared with their estimated reference signal, current [i.sub.f,ref], or voltage [u.sub.f,ref] respectively.
Active filter is controlled so that the peak-to-peak value of the compensation signal, current or voltage is limited to the specified hysteresis band H.
Rather than signaling that a company is doing well, shareholder compensation signals that a company may have committed fraud.
Rather than signaling the strength of a company, payment of shareholder compensation signals a weakness--the company's managers may have committed fraud.
Strong signals registered in azimuth 58.6 (WT 1-2) consist of two parts - primary signals and occurred just after them compensation signals. Both signals from WT 1-2, primary and compensation are in large part symmetric each to other.