Electronics (Mike Jaroch)


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VERTICAL PLANE

An imaginary plane that is perpendicular to the horizontal plane [11] [18].

VERTICALLY POLARIZED

Waves that are radiated with the E field component perpendicular to the
earth's surface [10].


VERY HIGH FREQUENCY

The band of frequencies from 30 megahertz to 300 megahertz [17].

VERY LARGE SCALE INTEGRATION

An integrated circuit containing over 2,000 logic gates or 64,000 bits of memory [14].


VERY LOW FREQUENCY

The band of frequencies from 3 kilohertz to 30 kilohertz [17].

VIDEO AMPLIFIER

An amplifier designed to amplify the entire band of frequencies from 10 hertz (10 Hz) to 6 megahertz (6 MHz). Also called a WIDE-BAND AMPLIFIER [8].


VIDEO ENHANCEMENT FEATURES

See ANTIJAMMING CIRCUITS [18].

VINCULA

Plural of vinculum (see below) [13].

VINCULUM

A straight horizontal line placed over one or more members of a compound logic expression to negate or complement. Also, used to join two or more members together [13].


VIRTUAL GROUND

A point in a circuit that is at ground potential (0 V) but is not connected to ground [8].



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