duty ratio


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duty ratio

[′düd·ē ‚rā·shō]
(electronics)
In a pulse radar or similar system, the ratio of average to peak pulse power. Also known as duty cycle.

duty ratio

In a pulse radar, or similar, system the ratio of average to peak pulse power.
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By considering the same duty ratio for both power MOSFETs, we can obtain
In a conventional AMOLED display, an inverting buck-boost converter in the driver circuit requires the DC input voltage to change to a higher or lower negative DC output voltage, depending on the duty ratio of the switching transistor.
The average voltage of fan [U.sub.ave] depends on the duty ratio [[alpha].sub.T], which equals to the value of [t.sub.1] divided by T.
The voltage gain is N/(1 - D) in case transistors in N cell converters are operated at the duty ratio of D.
Duty ratio is low in buck converters where the output voltage is significantly reduced with regard to input voltage.
Boost ratio: The boost ratio of the converter can be also called as the duty ratio. It can be defined by using (1).
Liu (2014) investigated space vector modulations (SVM) for the three-phase Z-source/quasi-Z source inverter in terms of different parameter calculation such as shoot-through duty ratio, switching control pattern and voltage stress across the switch.
The fundamental ISRJ, whose repeat sampling interval is constant and the duty ratio is 50%, has many deficiencies.
Besides this the increase in Customs Duty ratio also helped in the increase in the collection, it added.
Generally, the MPPT controller tracks the maximum power point by changing the duty ratio of the boost converter and thereby adjusting the voltage of the PV panel.