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reciprocation

[ri‚sip·rə′kā·shən]
(electronics)
In electronics, a process of deriving a reciprocal impedance from a given impedance, or finding a reciprocal network for a given network.
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Jayvee Tyron Uy, chair of the Southern Mindanao regional peace and order council (RPOC), likewise approved the President's decision and called on the NPA to reciprocate the President's gesture.
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BRITISH Horseracing Authority officials have stressed that all appeal avenues open to Liverpool jockey Martin Dwyer in India must be exhausted before it can consider any application not to reciprocate the eight-month riding ban handed out by the Royal Western India Turf Club this week.
These pistons reciprocate, moving the melt back and forth, at a low frequency (from 1 to 60 Hz) and high amplitude.