Electronics (Mike Jaroch)
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See COPPER LOSSES .
Obsolete synchros with reverse rotation and limited torque capabilities .
In Boolean algebra, combining a quantity with itself either by logical addition or logical multiplication will result in a logical sum or product that is the equivalent of the quantity (for
example, A + A = A; A • A = A) .
In Boolean algebra, the law which states that any expression is equal to itself
In a parametric amplifier, the difference between the input signal and the pump signal frequency. Also called the LOWER-SIDEBAND FREQUENCY .
Usually a narrow-bandwidth IF amplifier that is tuned to one of the output frequencies produced by the mixer .
Any field-effect transistor that has an insulated gate .
An undesired frequency capable of producing the desired frequency through
The total opposition offered to the flow of an alternating current. It may consist of any combination of resistance, inductive reactance, and capacitive reactance. The symbol for impedance is Z  .
The inward bursting of a CRT because of high vacuum. The opposite of explosion .