inductor


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Synonyms for inductor

an electrical device (typically a conducting coil) that introduces inductance into a circuit

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For the first block, the configuration between inductor, diode, and capacitor has been changed.
In the process of LPEC operation, a change in the magnetic coupling between the armature and the inductor occurs.
TDK Corporation announces the TFM252012ALVA thin-film metal power inductors that can be connected directly to a 12 V car battery while maintaining small dimensions with a footprint of just 2.5 mm x 2.0 mm and a height of 1.2 mm.
The inductor offers high temperature operation to +155[degrees]C, rated current to 92A, and handles high transient current spikes without saturation.
Consequently, developers can simulate the high-frequency response of WE-KI-HC high-current ceramic inductors and the WE-CAIR air coils.
This paper highlights the latest results of a continuous effort in tunable inductor research [9].
In many designs, these space constraints often drive signal trace and via placements on PCBs at or underneath inductor component body locations, and create significant potential for design-related reliability issues.
The energy transfer in this interval is completely similar to the previous interval except that the energy stored in both input magnetizing inductors is transferred to inductor 1 only.
The tapped-inductor compensates the inductor resistive loss and adds an additional shunt feedback passive inductor to operate in the K-band [2].
The resistance ([R.sub.AC]) of the air-core inductor is mainly attributed to conductor loss from skin-depth effect.
"Increased application of inductors in various industries is the key driver for the growth of the inductor market"
Ajax JetFlow channel inductors operate at full rated power 24 hours a day throughout the life of the inductor.
However, the Z-Source inverter itself also has some inherent defects, such as the volume of inductor and capacitor taking up much space.
Inductor, a critical passive circuit element, is extensively used in analog signal processing circuits.
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