positive bias

positive bias

[′päz·əd·iv ′bī·əs]
(electronics)
A bias such that the control grid of an electron tube is positive with respect to the cathode.
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It was also shown that subthreshold swing and transconductance in TFET devices were more immune to positive bias temperature instability (PBTI) compared to MOSFET devices.
In both cases, a relatively strong positive bias was revealed for the Success-Positive feelings trial-type, but this was not the case for the remaining trials-types--for Success-Negative and Failure-Positive the effects indicated weaker positive bias, and for Failure-Negative the effects were again relatively weak but in a negative direction.
The small adjustments to our EPS forecasts and TPs are mechanical, and we maintain a positive bias (and BUY ratings) on the sector going into potential Fed hikes.
Clearly there is a huge positive bias to any respondent who has been asked the question on whether or not the Affordable Care Act has been helpful; under any of the following circumstances one would one get overwhelmingly positive responses:
Dubai index is trading at a strong support area and may consolidate in this year with a positive bias," Osama Al Ashri, member of British organisation, Society of Technical Analysts said.
The environment is consistent with our expectations, with a positive bias," Immelt said in a statement.
Going into Q1 there is no sign of any change to this positive bias.
With macroeconomic data on the mend, we expect Indian equity markets to move with a positive bias in the short to medium term.
6 per cent growth after months of sluggish expansion, partly due to the positive bias of Ramadan timing for the Middle Eastern airlines, said a report.
The PSA testing kits used to help diagnose prostate cancer were recalled on July 1 after they were found to have a positive bias, reading 20% to 23% higher than the standard set down by the World Health Organisation.
2]%, whereas the negative bias of the Centaur assay decreased and changed to a positive bias.

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