Analog electronics
Analogue electronics (or analog in American English) are electronic systems with a continuously variable signal, in contrast to digital electronics where signals usually take only two levels. The term...
The amazing machines which test your computer
Making sure everything is soldered together correctly is important — and time consuming. Which is why we build robots that do it instead. Watch a flying probe tester check every connection on a circui...
Electronics
Abbreviated history of early radio.
Electronics
Electronics is the science of how to control the electric energy, energy in which the electrons have a fundamental role. Electronics deals with electrical circuits that involve active electrical compo...
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Electronic circuit
An electronic circuit is composed of individual electronic components, such as resistors, transistors, capacitors, inductors and diodes, connected by conductive wires or traces through which electric ...
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Point of appearance
Point of appearance is a generic term for any point in a telephone/data circuit from which a technician can test or pull stats. Some appearances are virtual, such as a Digital cross connect system com...
Product detector
A product detector is a type of demodulator used for AM and SSB signals. Rather than converting the envelope of the signal into the decoded waveform like an envelope detector, the product detector ta...
Hypacoustic
Hypacoustic is a New Zealand Cinema Audio product. Its parent company, Arvus Group New Zealand was founded by Matthew and Julie Simmons. The Hypacoustic Speaker system began development in 2002, with ...
Integrating ADC
An integrating ADC is a type of analog-to-digital converter that converts an unknown input voltage into a digital representation through the use of an integrator. In its most basic implementation, the...
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Sheffer stroke
In Boolean functions and propositional calculus, the Sheffer stroke, named after Henry M. Sheffer, written "|" (see vertical bar, not to be confused with "||" which is often used to represent disjunct...
Envelope detector
An envelope detector is an electronic circuit that takes a high-frequency signal as input and provides an output which is the envelope of the original signal. The capacitor in the circuit stores up ch...
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6N3P
The 6N3P (Russian: 6Н3П) is a Russian-made direct equivalent of the 2C51 medium gain dual triode vacuum tube. It may be used as an amplifier, mixer, oscillator or multivibrator over a frequency range...
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Optical parametric amplifier
An optical parametric amplifier, abbreviated OPA, is a laser light source that emits light of variable wavelengths by an optical parametric amplification process. It is essentially the same as an opti...
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Radio
Radio is the radiation (wireless transmission) of electromagnetic signals through the atmosphere or free space. Information, such as sound, is carried by systematically changing (modulating) some prop...
Pass Labs
Pass Labs is a high end audio company based in Auburn, California, USA founded by Nelson Pass, a well-known figure in the high end audio community. Pass founded, and worked at, audio company Threshol...
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Audio amplifier
An audio power amplifier is an electronic amplifier that amplifies low-power audio signals (signals composed primarily of frequencies between 20 - 20 000 Hz, the human range of hearing) to a level sui...
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Absorption wavemeter
The Absorption wavemeter is a simple device for the measurement of radio frequency energy at different frequencies.The device can be used by the users of radio equipment to check the approximate frequ...
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Common-mode interference
In telecommunication, the term common-mode interference has the following meanings:
Common mode noise may be isolated from the desired signal by various means:
Plectron
A Plectron is a specialized VHF/UHF single-channel, emergency alerting radio receiver, used to activate emergency response personnel, and disaster warning systems. Manufactured from the late 1950s, th...
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Electromagnetic shielding
Electromagnetic shielding is the practice of reducing the electromagnetic field in a space by blocking the field with barriers made of conductive or magnetic materials. Shielding is typically applied ...
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Rectilinear Research Corporation
Rectilinear Research Corporation was a manufacturer of quality loudspeakers. The company was formed around 1966 and its principal was Morris I. Wiener (alt. sp. "Weiner") of Plandome Manor, New York....
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Cavity Perturbation Theory
Cavity perturbation theory describes methods for derivation of perturbation formulae for performance changes of a cavity resonator. These performance changes are assumed to be caused by either introdu...
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Audio equipment
Audio equipment refers to devices that reproduce, record, or process sound. This includes microphones, radio receivers, AV receivers, CD players, tape recorders, amplifiers, mixing consoles, effects u...
EF86
The EF86 is a high transconductance sharp cutoff pentode vacuum tube with Noval (B9A) base for audio-frequency applications.It was introduced in the late 1950s and was produced by Philips, Mullard, Te...
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Bartlett's bisection theorem
Bartlett's Bisection Theorem is an electrical theorem in network analysis due to Albert Charles Bartlett. The theorem shows that any symmetrical two-port network can be transformed into a lattice net...
Dynode
A dynode is an electrode in a vacuum tube that serves as an electron multiplier through secondary emission. The first tube to incorporate a dynode was the dynatron, an ancestor of the magnetron, whic...
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Voltage source
A voltage source is a two terminal device which can maintain a fixed voltage. An ideal voltage source can maintain the fixed voltage independent of the load resistance or the output current. However, ...
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Klotz Digital
Klotz Digital AG was a manufacturer of audio media products based in Munich, Germany. The company was active in the two business segments Public Address and Radio & TV Broadcast.Its products inclu...
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Stax Earspeakers
Stax Ltd. (有限会社スタックス Yugen-gaisha Sutakkusu) is a Japanese company that makes high end audio equipment. Stax is best known for their electrostatic and electret headphones, which they call "earspeakers...
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Audio Partnership
Audio Partnership Plc is a British manufacturer of hi-fi, home cinema and home automation products, which was founded in 1994.
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