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MCP3909 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided The MCP3909 is an energy measurement IC supporting the IEC 62053 international energy metering specification. The output of the device includes a frequency proportional to the average active (real) power at the inputs as well as a simultaneous serial SPI interface to access the ADC channels...

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  • Building a Microwave Frequency Synthesizer-Part 2: Component Selection (.pdf)
    ” oscillator phase noise profile shown in Figure. 19. For offset frequencies higher than the resonator half. bandwidth f /2Q, the phase noise is mainly determined by. 0. the available RF power level and active device thermal. noise. This region shows nearly flat response called “noise. Figure 18
  • Radio Frequency Plastics Welding - The State of the Art
    of sink allows us to detect lay-up faults, missing material, extra material etc. We also measure the platen 'levelling' and display four bar graphs on a set up screen permitting press levelling to 0.001 ". This is a dynamic system and is active throughout operation of the machine, should the platen
  • Conversion Gain
    Conversion gain is the net increase in power between the fundamental input signal and the desired output for active multipliers. It is calculated as the ratio (in dB) of the output power to the RF input power. It is a measure of the efficiency of the multiplier in providing frequency translation
  • Digital Signal Processing - Design Guide
    longer delay; the good news is that the phase response remains linear as a function of frequency. In applications where linear phase is critical and long phase delay cannot be tolerated, a linear active Bessel or a constant delay filter may be a better selection. Two very different design techniques

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