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However, for short-circuit fault studies, often the resistive component could be neglected.
In many situations, an impedance with a resistive component of a megohm is adequate.
Alps Electronics provided both the capacitive and resistive components of the mousepad.
Sprague continued to make capacitor and resistive components but now must meet military requirements in quality and reliability.
Resistive components include terminations, resistors, and attenuators.
Readings will be reasonably accurate if the capacitor or inductor device under test does not have a significant resistive component of impedance.
Then current will contain both a sin resistive component and a dv/dt (i.e. cos) reactive one.
Note that one can only speak of the noise temperature of a component or source whose impedance has a substantial (and measurable) resistive component.
These fluctuations are known as Johnson-Nyquist noise or thermal noise and increase in proportion to the Kelvin temperature of any resistive component.
The bridged-T topology is also used in sections intended to produce a signal delay but in this case no resistive components are used in the design.
Reduced ΔCBF res would be expected when the resistive component is increased reducing the amplitude of the acetazolamide induced plateau response.
Other products include resistive components, magnetic components (transformers and coils), filter assemblies and modules, semiconductors and integrated circuits.
The small-signal impedance at DC (frequency of 0) is the same as the resistive component of the impedance and is termed output resistance.
This model attributes the resistive component of the circuit to the resistance of extracellular and intracellular fluids, and the reactive component to the capacitive effects of cell membranes.
Zobel constant resistance filters use a topology that is somewhat different from other filter types, distinguished by having a constant input resistance at all frequencies and in that they use resistive components in the design of their sections.