electronic tuning

electronic tuning

[i‚lek′trän·ik ′tün·iŋ]
(electronics)
Tuning of a transmitter, receiver, or other tuned equipment by changing a control voltage rather than by adjusting or switching components by hand.
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Additionally, proposed filter topology supports electronic tuning as well as four different filter responses in contrast to the works in [13, 19, 30].
The useful feature of the MMCC is that it has an in-built control voltage terminal (V) which is conveniently utilized for electronic tuning of a circuit parameter.
Holley and MSD are cornerstone brands in the performance automotive aftermarket, with positions in fuel systems, exhaust, ignition and electronic tuning.
Continuous change of the AP to BR response is possible together with electronic tuning. However, quality factor of proposed solution is very low and limited and other transfer functions are not available.
Electronic tuning is now available but many think it is not a substitute to a trained ear.
This electronic tuning tool connects to the truck's diagnostic connector and will download performance programming into the engine's computer controls.
I am pleased to announce that Maury Microwave Corporation and Agilent Technologies, have entered into a license agreement that establishes Maury as your source for solid state tuner systems featuring ATN Microwave Electronic Tuning technology.
To achieve a sufficiently large degeneration resistance in an active implementation, a solution consisting of 6 transistors, which also provides an additional degree of freedom for electronic tuning of the resistance value, was proposed in [17].
The oscillator features an electronic tuning range of 20 MHz from a-5 to +5 V DC tuning voltage and features an output buffer amplifier for superior load pulling characteristics.
Electronic tuning of dielectric resonators over a relatively wide range while also preserving their characteristics is highly desirable, especially for use in nonaccessable systems such as airborne or spaceborne systems or in areas of high sophistication such as cellular radio systems.
The electronic tuning bandwidth is 300 MHz and typical tuning linearity is 10 percent.

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