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By Philip A. Laplante

ISBN-10: 0849330866

ISBN-13: 9780849330865

Словарь содержит в сжатом виде достаточное полное описание наиболее важных терминов, сокращений и определений из области электроники и электронной техники.
Первая редакция данного словаря стала бестселлером. Последние разработки в ряде областей электроники сделали необходимым выпуск новой редакции данного справочного руководства. Во втором издании добавлено более 1500 определений.Словарь содержит описание более eleven тысяч терминов с более чем 120-ю поясняющими таблицами и иллюстрациями.Файл словаря представлен в формате booklet с поддержкой полнотекстового поиска. Перекрестные ссылки между различными словарными статьями выполнены в виде гиперссылок, что значительно упрощает работу со словарём. 

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Acousto-optic correlator an optical system that consists of at least one acousto-optic cell, imaging optics between cells and fixed masks, and photodetectors whose outputs correspond to the correlation function of the acoustic wave signal 10 © 2005 by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC within one cell with another signal in a second cell, or with fixed signals on a mask. acousto-optic deflector device device where acousto-optic interaction deflects the incident beam linearly as a function of the input frequency of the RF signal driving the device.

An all-pass system with a pole at z = a and a zero at z = 1a ∗ is Ha p(z) = z −1 − a ∗ 1 − az −1 ωa = |((ω + ω N ) mod ωs ) − ω N | The prefilters introduced before a sampler are called anti-aliasing filters (common choices are second- or fourth-order Butterworth, integral time absolute error (ITAE), or Bessel filters). (2) in computer graphics, distortion due to the discrete nature of digital images that causes straight lines to appear jagged. (3) in computer software, a single object having two different identities, such as names in memory space.

Active neuron a neuron with a non-zero output. Most neurons have an activation threshold. The output of such a neuron has zero output until this threshold is reached. adaptive array active power See real power. ACTV See advanced compatible television. active power line conditioner a device which senses disturbances on a power line and injects compensating voltages or currents to restore the line’s proper waveform. acuity sharpness. The ability of the eye to discern between two small objects closely spaced, as on a display.

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