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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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The introduction of Polyphase 763CR is especially valuable in regions subject to high levels of rainfall and humidity, due to its excellent leaching resistance.
In terms of throughput, the result of the lifting scheme is the same than the result of the polyphase scheme.
Different phase modulated function represents the polyphase codes radar signal which has different code types.
The channelizer solves this challenge by invoking a theorem in digital signal processing known as the Noble Identity to perform decimation ahead of a polyphase filter partition.
These include digital down conversion (DDC), frequency domain filtering, and polyphase Fast Fourier transform (FFT) filter banks.
To solve this problem, a polyphase filter is cascaded after the Weaver system because the polyphase filters can reject the negative-frequency signal but pass the positive-frequency signal [i3].
When the company expanded its laboratory facilities, Lowell Hoover, Polyphase president, was concerned about incorporating the appropriate ESD flooring into the lab.
In view of this, IEC 60034-2 states that the preferred test for polyphase induction machines is the method of summation of losses.
Westinghouse's work with William Stanley, Franklin Leonard Pope, and Nikola Tesla resulted in the wide-scale adoption of the polyphase AC motor, and laid the foundation for 3-phase AC power at 60 Hz--the U.
For the single-balanced SHM, a polyphase network is used to generate the 0[degrees] and 180[degrees], 90[degrees] and 270[degrees] signal pairs.
site-specific failure analysis, specimen preparation, and nanomachining, ion channelling contrast allows for selective imaging of polycrystalline and polyphase microstructures.