electrode resistance

electrode resistance

[i′lek‚trōd ri′zis·təns]
(electronics)
Reciprocal of the electrode conductance; this is the effective parallel resistance and is not the real component of the electrode impedance.
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Calculation results of the measurement electrode resistance for ER and confidence intervals from Table 4 are shown in Table 5.
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Finally, the earth electrode resistance is obtained:
Let us define now the normalized earth electrode resistance [R.
Electrode resistance was determined based on Ohm's law.
Finally, electrode resistance was determined for three bipolar arrangements with the implanted barb electrodes, which averaged 613 [+ or -] 133.
GPR is directly proportional to earth electrode resistance and the current flowing through it [14].
The old and new earth electrode resistance values at the various sites are given in Table 2.
This action initiates a quality control check based on electrode resistance.
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Other topics treated in this chapter are transconductance and transconductance delays, output conductance, parasitic series resistances, FET electrode resistances, via hole inductance, GaAs FET noise and power MMICs.