rate effect

rate effect

[′rāt i‚fekt]
(electronics)
The phenomenon of a pnpn device switching to a high-conduction mode when anode voltage is applied suddenly or when high-frequency transients exist.
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The strengthening of the euro with respect to the US dollar caused a negative exchange rate effect (-17.
2%) was offset by a negative exchange rate effect (-14.
TABLE 3 Estimated Fiscal Savings from Benign Global Financial Conditions,2002- 2005 (in % of GDP, Medians of the Countries in the Regional Groups) Asia Pacific 2002 2003 2004 2005 TT (a) Variable rate effect 0.
The within-group rate effect (estimated using equation 5) is calculated in an analogous way, by the difference between a hypothetical poverty rate constructed from the sum of the products of the poverty rates for each nativity group in 1979 and their respective shares of the population in 1970 (21.
An illustration of the count rate effect is seen in Fig.
Hence, the growth rate effect in the model economy is inside this range.
This "inverse exposure rate effect could be interpreted as implying that miner-based models underestimate risk in homes, where exposure rates are generally lower," the researchers report in the June 7 Journal of the National Cancer Institute.
This increase stems mainly from the reversal of some provisions for equity shares linked mainly due to the improvement of results, whereas a significant accrual had been recorded in 2003 due to the exchange rate effect.
Sales were up on the previous year's figure in the North America, South America, and Asia/Pacific regions after adjustment for exchange rate effects.
We have proved our stability, although reported growth was again hampered by unfavourable exchange rate effects," said Dr Wolfgang BE-chele, Chief Executive Officer of Linde AG.