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  • Determination of the Oscillation Safety Factor (OSF)
    To ensure a reliable operation of a crystal oscillator circuit, the oscillation safety factor (OSF). is worth to take a closer look at. The oscillation safety factor (OSF) shows the feedback gain. margin of the oscillator amplifier for a worst case crystal according to its specification.
  • The Fear Factor vs. Open Communications
    , quality, safety and tech transfer, the thinking goes, and good things will happen. A growing number of pharmaceutical manufacturers are engaging operators and technicians, quality and training staffers in a dialogue concerning how operations might be improved. In the process, these companies gain
  • Rotary Encoders for Highly Dynamic Servo Drives (.pdf)
    Controlled servo drives are used in many areas of automation technology, robotics and handling systems as well as in the drive technology of production machines and machine tools. The requirements regarding dynamics, speed stability and rigidity necessitate ever increasing gain factors
  • Digitization
    than 14 bits. For applications requiring higher speed and less dynamic range (i.e. video), 8- to 12-bit digitization is common. The higher the digital resolution, the slower the system throughput. Well depth, readout noise, and system gain are factors in determining the appropriate digitization. See
  • Unified Optical Scanning Technology - Preface
    scanning has engendered such a commanding role for information transfer. As is surely recognized, many of the classic parallel systems have evolved to either hybrid serial/ parallel or fully serial utilizing various forms of spatial scanning to gain the operational advantages in data manipulation
  • Common Formulas and RF Power Requirements for Radiated Immunity Testing (.pdf)
    Important Factors: * Antenna Gain. * Antenna VSWR. * Cable Losses. * Linearity of the power amplifier. * Anechoic room field gradients (6dB maximum). * Antenna gain vs. Frequency. * Transmit distance. * Amplitude modulation. * Amplifier harmonic levels at rated power
  • Analysis and Design of Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Lasers - Preface
    , self-consistent calculation of optical gain and carrier concentration (i.e., self-consistent calculation of the Poisson and Schr odinger equations) is ignored to simplify the calculation. Different methods for approximating the nonuniform distribution of carrier concentration are also discussed. On the other
  • Optical Switching - Preface
    . points and clarify our text, which the reader will likely find helpful. We feel that our book is a good starting point for someone who is getting. involved in the field and wants to gain up-to-date background knowledge on. optical switching. We hope our book will serve as a valuable reference
  • Trim and Draw with Variable Speed Drives
    or trim gain is involved. Usually, this gain is less than unity and it can be inverted so as to decrease the overall process reference signal as it increases.
  • 3E Strategies - news
    Air leakage, or "infiltration " in building terms, is a major source of unwanted heat gain in summer and heat loss in winter. Window and door openings are the most common locations of significant air leakage. A Good planning and good products can solve the problem. A. A well designed window takes

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  • Accuracy of scaled GRACE terrestrial water storage estimates
    Three scaling relationships are examined: a single gain factor based on regionally averaged time series, spatially distributed (i.e., gridded) gain factors based on time series at each grid point, and gridded�?gain factors estimated as a function of temporal frequency.
  • Random Data: Analysis and Measurement Procedures
    ...spectral density function (one-sided) Conditioned autospectral density function (one-sided) Conditioned cross-spectral density function (one-sided) Wavenumber spectral density function (one-sided) “Energy�? spectral density function Unit impulse response function Frequency response function System gain factor Hilbert transform of [] Index...
  • Photorefractive Materials and Their Applications 2
    Here, I0 is the incident light intensity of the beam to be enhanced and is the gain factor per unit length, .