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  • Customization to Suppress EMI in DC Motors
    with differential line drivers. Differential circuits improve noise immunity by processing a signal that is the algebraic difference of two complementary signals at the input. The differential line driver receives the signal from the encoder and inverts polarity on one output to form complementary
  • 2002 Subaru Outback
    to the rear wheels to account for the momentary shift of the car's weight. A limited-slip rear differential helps by directing power to the rear wheel that needs it most. All of this is transparent to drivers, except they notice the car behaves much better and grips the road more tightly. Inside
  • Design and Development of Medical Electronic Instrumentation
    for this chapter include chloriding silver. electrodes, high-impedance electrode buffer array, pasteless bioelectrode, single-ended. electrocardiographic (ECG) amplifier array, body potential driver, differential biopotential. amplifier, instrumentation-amplifier biopotential amplifier
  • 2001 Toyota Tacoma Prerunner
    . The motor couples to a four-speed overdrive (0.705:1) automatic transmission, then to a 4.100:1 rear differential. A five-speed manual transmission is also available. The combination gives brisk acceleration and decent fuel economy at cruise speeds. EPA estimates are 17/20 city/highway. The Prerunner
  • Make way for the Marauder
    with an automatic transmission, though it targets drivingenthusiasts. The transmission is a four-speed with overdrive, and Mercury engineers also added ahigh-stall torque converter, limited-slip differential, and 3.55:1 rear-axle ratio to improveacceleration. Nevertheless, the Marauder won't give you

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