Electronics (Mike Jaroch)
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A prefix adopted by the National Bureau of Standards meaning 10 -12 .
A diagram showing actual pictorial sketches of the various parts of an
equipment and the electrical connections between the parts .
The effect of producing a voltage by placing a stress, either by compression, expansion, or twisting, on a crystal and, conversely, producing a stress in a crystal by applying a voltage to it .
PIP (BLIP)—On a CRT display, a spot of light or a baseline irregularity representing the radar echo .
A term used to describe the frequency of a sound heard by the human ear .
An electron tube, constructed with parallel electrodes and a ceramic envelope, that is used at uhf frequencies. It is commonly referred to as a lighthouse tube .
PLANE OF POLARIZATION
The plane (vertical or horizontal), with respect to the earth, in which the
E field propagates .
Waves of energy that are flat, parallel planes and are perpendicular to the
direction of propagation .
A radar display in which range is indicated by the distance of a bright spot or pip from the center of the screen and the bearing is indicated by the radial angle of the spot .
(1) One of the electrodes in a storage battery . (2) One of the electrodes in a capacitor . (3) The principal electrode to which the electron stream is attracted in an electron tube .