impedance component

impedance component

[im′pēd·əns kəm‚pō·nənt]
(electricity)
Resistance or reactance.
A device such as a resistor, inductor, or capacitor designed to provide impedance in an electric circuit.
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the equation, allowing determine the measured impedance component, should have the simplest form.
The equation allowing determine the measured impedance component will then have the form
Quasi-balanced measuring circuits are used to measure the impedance components.
The article presents two methods for the synthesis of quasi-balanced circuits for measuring the impedance components.
If product in the field experienced a high-humidity event, or drew enough moisture into a critically sensitive area of the circuit under controlled humidity conditions, and this moisture created a leakage path on a capacitor or a high impedance component and the system fails, a technician is dispatched to repair the system.
The 4TP bridge, at balance, measures the ratio of the QHR "standard" (with its in-phase impedance component defined between external connection stars Y and Z) and the wire-wound resistor (defined between internal connection points A and B).
Similar interference occurs even when switching circuits with significant inductive impedance components .
Using such a set-up allowed for a synchronous measurement of the impedance components for meridian and non-meridian pathways.
This kind of practical methodology effectively permitted a real-time assessment of the biological impedance components at the probed sites; hence, a means of demonstrating differences in biological pathways in-vivo.
The major difference between the meridian and non-meridian impedance components was distinct.