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polyphase

[′päl·i‚fāz]
(electricity)
Having or utilizing two or more phases of an alternating-current power line.
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For this practical example, a polyphase optical encoder was manufactured as presented by Figure 7, which shows the exploded view of the experimental prototype, with the following components:
Plain CPOFDM will not require these blocks, whereas W-OFDM and P-OFDM will need them (although using only one polyphase network).
In terms of throughput, the result of the lifting scheme is the same than the result of the polyphase scheme.
Most general duty motors manufactured today must meet the NEMA MG 1 Section IV, "Performance Standards Applying to All Machines," Part 31, "Definite-Purpose Inverter-Fed Polyphase Motors." This means the motor should be compatible for use with a VRF drive.
To make use of all the parallel ridges' energy of polyphase codes radar signal in time-frequency distribution, this Letter derives modified Wigner Hough transform (MWHT), based on which a novel detection method is also proposed.
Method of Symmetrical Co-ordinates Applied to the Solution of Polyphase Networks.
A viable alternative is the polyphase channelizer, a form of parallel processing which makes efficient use of computational resources by replacing a multitude of DDCs by a cascade of three elements: an input commutator, an M-path polyphase filter, and a discrete Fourier transform.
This paper will compare and contrast three of the more popular channelization techniques: Digital down Conversion, Frequency Domain Filtering, and Polyphase FFT Filter Banks.
* Operates on polyphase AC current 60HZ sinusoidal line power;
In case of spatial decomposition of video into descriptions, polyphase downsampling of the frame data [12-14] and quincunx subsampling [15] are used.
Many alternatives exist for filters and decimators, like cascaded integrator comb (CIC or Hogenauer) filters [4-6], cyclotomic polynomial filters [7-9], or polyphase decimators [10,11].