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    Frequency Converters and Translators - (82 companies)
    Frequency converters and translators scale and/or filter frequency inputs to produce outputs signals with frequencies that are a function of the inputs. Differential analog inputs, bandwidth, accuracy, and signal isolation are the most...
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    Frequency-to-Voltage Converters - (82 companies)
    Frequency-to-voltage converters accept a signal and convert its frequency to a corresponding analog voltage level. Frequency-to-voltage converters are electronic devices that convert current signal inputs to proportional voltage outputs...
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    Voltage-to-Frequency Converter Chips - (11 companies)
    Voltage-to-frequency converter chips provide a signal frequency output as a function of an analog input voltage. A voltage-to-frequency converter chip is widely used for applications where a temperature proportional output is required...
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    RF Frequency Converters - (178 companies)
    RF frequency converters are integrated component assemblies required for converting microwave signals to lower (or intermediate) or higher frequency range for further processing. RF frequency converters are integrated component assemblies required...
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    Power Frequency Converters - (109 companies)
    Power frequency converters take electrical input power at one frequency and voltage and provide electrical output power at a different frequency and at a different or equal voltage. Power frequency converters take electrical input power at one...
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    Frequency-to-Current Converters - (77 companies)
    Frequency-to-current converters accept a frequency (an AC signal) and produce an output current whose value is a function of the input frequency. Frequency-to-current converters are electronic circuits that produce an output current proportional...
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    Voltage-to-Frequency Converters - (42 companies)
    Voltage-to-frequency converters accept a voltage signal and convert its analog level to a signal with a corresponding frequency. Voltage-to-frequency converters are electronic devices that convert voltage inputs to linearly proportional frequency...
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    Frequency-to-Voltage Converter Chips - (8 companies)
    Frequency-to-voltage converter chips provide an analog voltage output as a function of the input signal frequency. A frequency-to-voltage converter chip can be accommodated to be used at unipolar, bipolar, and at differential input voltage...
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    Frequency Meters - (113 companies)
    Frequency meters are instruments that provide analog outputs as frequencies that vary as a function of the applied input. They display values on a dial, usually with a needle or moving pointer. Frequency meters measure repetitions per unit of time...
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    Frequency Synthesizers - (100 companies)
    ...an electronic controller, random-access memory (RAM), a frequency reference such as crystal oscillator, a digital counter, and a digital-to-analog converter (DAC). These devices operate with programming and running steps. During programming, the electronic...
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  • Effects of different pedalling techniques on muscle fatigue and mechanical efficiency during prolonged cycling
    The subjects had regularly trained in cycling or triathlons . .... To determine Pmax, subjects pedalled against a fixed resistance at their maximal frequency during 5 s. .... was acquired with a sampling frequency of 2 kHz and processed with a multichannel analogue-digital converter . .... Astrand test (1954), (ii) standardized warm up (6 min at 50% of MAP), ( iii ) optimal resistance (Ropt…
  • Handbook of Anthropometry
    29 male ultra-triathletes in a Triple Iron Triathlon over 11.4 km swimming, 540 km cycling … the nature of training programs can be described as of high intensity, high frequency and long duration .... Kinanthropometry III . .... Education and occupation as proxies for reserve in aMCI converters and AD: FDG-PET evidence. Neurology.
  • Ergometrie
    …possibly the step duration on 5 or 6 min under the consideration; e.g. in the Triathlon . .... Lie respectively 30 s pause the heart rate is determined in that and taken from blood to … systoles (marginal findings)  Intermittent or newly occurring atrial fibrillation (pathological findings)  Paroxysmal supraventrikuläre arrhythmias during load (pathological findings) ▬ Erregungsbildungs- and excitation line disorders  Newly occurring SA- or AV block, in particular höhergradige AV blocks (II. and III. degree). .... method because of sterility of the puncture conditions, careful monitoring necessary ▬ pressure transducer with calibration necessarily .
  • Coronary Artery Disease
    …Hamburg, CIDS, Canadian Implantable Defibrillator Study, EP electrophysiology, EPS electrophysiologic study, ICD implantable converter -defibrillator, LVEF left .... Sudden coronary death fre- quency of active coronary lesions, inactive coronary lesions, and myocardial infarction. Circulation. .... Sotalol for ventricular tachyarrhythmias: beta-blocking and class III contributions, and relative efficacy versus class I drugs … unique risks of high intensity training (e.g., par- ticipating in marathons or triathlons ) due to the…
  • Radar Signals
    6.8 Code comparison III . .... (a) Its amplitude, phase, and frequency evolution. .... The mixer, low-pass filter, and analog-to-digital converter create one complex sample of the low .... The multicarrier signals can be com- pared to a triathlon athletic event (running, swimming, and bicycling).
  • Sport cardiology
    …method because of sterility of the puncture conditions, careful monitoring 4 necessary pressure transducers with calibration necessarily. .... 9 chapter 9 · heart rate and blood pressure. .... Atrial dilatation on the left P ≥0,25mV in II and III , or > 0,12 mV, P … asymptomatic sportsmen none's further clarification with exception of bearing up sport athletes like Triathlon as could exist…
  • Textbook of Aging Skin
    …microwaves, a electromagnetic, resonant cavity, a micro- wave detector, an amplifier, an A/D converter , and a PC .... The microwaves from the kly- stron have a constant frequency , and those microwaves reflected from the resonant .... Recovery after an Ironman triathlon : sustained inflammatory responses and muscular stress. .... In addition, synthesis of types I and III procollagen is reduced in aged human skin [49].
  • Respiratory Infections
    Outbreak of leptospirosis among triathlon partici- pants and community residents in Springfield, Illinois, 1998. .... A, Rocco G, Della Pona C, Robustellini M, Rossi G, Massera F, Tondini M, LoCicero J III . .... very few millimetres as cut-off.2 As in the household contact, recent converters , HIV infected people .... The most common types of extrapulmonary TB, in order of frequency , are pleural, lymphatic, genitourinary, and joint…
  • Intelligent Information and Database Systems
    …9] and [7] present applications of this model to support the training of triathlon athletes and runners. .... 1; ( iii ) v is monoton- ic, i.e. if. .... over-fitting problem in the unbalanced dataset using two distinct approaches since the frequency of instances of … intelligence maximum power point track- ing controller (IMPPTC) based on the Boost power converter for Human Power…
  • The human in numbers
    Triathlon . .... Biology data Book ( Bd.I-III , 2nd Aufl.). .... Tone technique: vibrations and shafts, hearing, sonic transducer , [...] (5. Aufl.). .... ash content, 363, 395 breathing conditions 101, 106 breathing air, 112, 113 respiratory rate 108, 110, 111…