output resistance

output resistance

[′au̇t‚pu̇t ri‚zis·təns]
(electronics)
The resistance across the output terminals of a circuit or device.
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3 extruder operation is difficult to overcome other problems, based on copolymer polypropylene products using the new modified additives successful trial output resistance to low temperature cold crisp high-strength heat-resistant PPR pipe material T4401-B, the first production of about 450 tons of the product.
You can set the voltage to simulate a fully charged or partially discharged battery, and some supplies also have variable output resistance to more completely model a battery's performance.
A maximum output resistance between 1 and 5 k[ohm].
To transfer maximum power from the RF generator to the line, which is a type of distributed load, it is necessary to know the input impedance of the line, which will optimally align the output resistance of the generator with the input impedance [3].
Because of the finite equivalent output resistance [R.
The standard practice of using parallel capacitors to increase the ripple current capacity and reduce the total output resistance must be used with caution.
A well-designed SCCM assures output resistance similar to that of the cascode mirror but output voltage similar to the simple CM (Dragoi, 2010).
This volume prepares the reader to analyze and design multi-stage amplifiers with feedback, including calculation and specification of gain, input and output resistances, and the effects of transistor output resistance.
The R, L and C represent the driver's output resistance, interconnect's inductance and receiver's input loading, respectively.
For testing high resistance materials, use SMUs that have very high input impedance voltmeters and current sources with high output resistance.
The output resistance fluctuates depending on its location on the track and thus measures the objects position.