in-phase component

in-phase component

[′in ‚fāz kəm′pō·nənt]
(electricity)
The component of the phasor representing an alternating current which is parallel to the phasor representing voltage.
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Calculate the in-phase component of reference supply current
Then, the replica signal is subtracted from the AM radio signal containing the noise of the in-phase component.
This new receiver architecture features data demodulation using an analog signal processor with a single in-phase component, rather than a conventional two-signal analog signal processor that has both in-phase and orthogonal components.
The signal is resolved into its in-phase and quadrature components, with the in-phase component (in keeping with the definition of [[phi].
This current consists of both an in-phase component (conductance) and an out-of-phase component (capacitance).
where G[prime], G[double prime], [Eta][prime], and [Eta][double prime] are storage modulus, loss modulus, dynamic viscosity, and the in-phase component of dynamic complex viscosity, respectively.
The RF spectrum for the in-phase component at cyclic prefix of 1/32 where the effective area is 150[micro][m.
It is observed from equation (4) that the system performance is related to the expected signal, the in-phase component of the CCI, and the quadrature component of the CCI.
The additional impedances from stars Y and Z to those four access ports have negligible effect on the in-phase component of the ac QHR value in our bridge at 4TP balance.
which was shown previously in the graph of the in-phase component of the propagation constant.
One is in-phase component and the other is out-phase component (figure 1).