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  • Quality Factor (Q)
    (also known as the 'quality factor') of an inductor is a measure of the relative losses in the inductor. It is technically defined as the ratio of inductive reactance to the effective resistance, or XL/Re. Since both XL and Re are functions of frequency, the test frequency must be given when
  • TA027: Coupling Effects Between Lumped Elements
    . Low cost RF and microwave components mandate higher level of integration and more circuit functions in a smaller package. In other words, one needs to integrate RF/microwave circuits in a compact package to lower the volume and cost. Lumped inductors are commonly used due to their smaller size
  • Equalizer (.doc)
    The chip 0603 Equalizers from Thin Film Technology (TFT) are high frequency passive equalization modules that utilize precision thin film resistor, inductor and HF monolithic capacitors to produce high pass filter functions for loss compensation purposes. The wide bandwidth of these components
  • Switch Mode Power Supplies and their Magnetics
    because of its size compared to the others, the Output Inductors, the Input Inductors and the Current Sense Transformer, each with its own important function.
  • Putting together a high-tech garage band
    Roland Corp. features several innovative user interfaces for manipulating sounds and waveforms. The LCD in the center, for example, lets players change filters, sound source, and other functions. Players can also change two parameters, such as tempo and pitch, by moving their fingers on the Time Tip

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