Electronics (Mike Jaroch)
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A lower frequency to which an RF echo is converted for ease of amplification .
INTERMEDIATE POWER AMPLIFIER
The amplifier between the oscillator and final power amplifier .
Direct support and technical assistance to user organizations. Tenders and shore-based repair facilities .
Small auxiliary poles, placed between main field poles, whose magnetic field opposes the armature field and cancels armature reaction. Interpoles accomplish the same thing as compensating windings .
In Boolean algebra, the law which states that if one input to an AND gate is
already TRUE, then the output will depend upon the state of the other inputs only .
Inverted or reversed in position or relationship .
To change a physical or logical state to its opposite state .
An electrically charged atom or group of atoms. Negative ions have an excess of electrons; positive ions have a deficiency of electrons .
(1) The process of producing ions. (2) The electrically charged particles produced by high-energy radiation, such as light or ultraviolet rays, or by the collision of particles during thermal agitation  .