dynamic impedance

dynamic impedance

[dī¦nam·ik im′ped·əns]
(electricity)
The impedance of a circuit having an inductance and a capacitance in parallel at the frequency at which this impedance has a maximum value. Also known as rejector impedance.
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This surface mount diode also has high dynamic impedance at the frequency of maximum value.
The ellipse center can be cast as the averaged dynamic impedance. Its nature (capacitive or inductive) takes into account the fact that the dynamic antenna impedance is more spread in the capacitive or inductive Smith chart subspace.
The high-performance Zener diodes with sharp kneepoint, low noise, and low dynamic impedance may be ordered in normal or reverse polarity.
Hence, this will be the nanocomposite of focus in the presentation of all graphs related to the detailed discussion of the integration of dynamic impedance, dielectric (DEA), and mechanical (DMA) analyses.
Dynamic impedance analysis involves the measurement of inductance, L, capacitance, C, and resistance, R.
Broadband spectroscopy of a dynamic impedance. IOP J.
All these properties assure the opportunity for fast and wideband observation and identification of processes together with minor power consumption in dynamic objects with high-speed changes, so making the titlets promising candidates for implementation in wideband spectroscopy of dynamic impedances, and in other applications, where the broadband high-speed measurement together with low energy consumption is required.
In this case, the LEDs should likely be binned for forward voltage since today's LEDs have a very low AC or dynamic impedance when driven at typical current levels of several hundred milliamps or more.

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