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  • Switch logos
    Switches on keyboards and control panels often carry identifying marks that denote the switch function. Examples of switch face legends printed (clockwise from the left) through screen printing, laser etching, screen printing, laser etching, laser etching, and pad printing. There are three main
  • Switch Tips: Membrane-switch basics
    feedback. The thicker the overlay, the less the tactile feedback. Membrane-switch overlays sometimes incorporate embossing to get a better look and add switch functions. There are two basic ways to emboss. The usual way is with metal-to-metal, male and female dies. There are height-of-emboss-area
  • M515: Techniques to Achieve High Isolation with GaAs MMIC Switch Chips
    The achievable isolation of a GaAs MMIC switch is a function of how low an inductance one can achieve between the ground pad of the MMIC and the ground plane within a particular circuit. The lower the inductance, of course, the higher the isolation that can be achieved. For example, the curves
  • Mix & match for theperfect switch panel
    An assembly technique called island construction integrates different magnetic switch elements into a single flatpanel assembly. In a rotary switch, two magnetically attracted balls function as the armature. The balls are attracted to the conductor side of the film layer as well as to each other
  • Limit Switch Application Notes (.pdf)
    of a switch is directly related to the efficiencies of the equipment in operation.
  • Switch Mode Power Supplies and their Magnetics
    In today's day and age the most often used topology for electronic power supplies is that of the Switch Mode Power Supply (SMPS), which is a major user of magnetics. In some applications the "older type" linear supplies are still used, but in the early 70's SMPS came into being spurred
  • Multi-gate pHEMT Modeling for Switch Applications
    of a. variety of performances between modeled and measured data, including leakages, floating voltages, and CV curves on device level. In a switch application, comparisons of harmonics as a function of frequency at high driving power. for both GSM and DCS bands show excellent agreement between model
  • A Comprehensive PHEMT Core Model For Switch Applications
    A comprehensive non-linear PHEMT core model. for switch applications is described. The model combines an. accurate description of CV below pinch-off and a 2D CV. function above pinch-off for better charge and capacitance. modeling. At the same time, more accurate is the model's IV. prediction
  • Emergency Stop Devices: More Than An Off Switch
    Emergency Stop (E-Stop) buttons should be the most identifiable element on a machine and serve a specific function which is universally known. But they are often misunderstood and misused. This article explores the requirements for E-Stops
  • 50 W High Power Silicon PIN Diode SPDT Switch
    between the antenna and the receiver. New low cost, solid state, PIN diode based switches, configured as transmit-receive (T-R) switches, perform this function.

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