output power 
Investigation on the integral output power model of a largescale wind farm


The integral output power model of a largescale wind farm is needed when estimating the wind farm's output over a period of time in the future.


The calculation algorithms and steps of the integral output power model of a largescale wind farm are provided.


The average output power at a maximum pulse repetition rate and a 250kVvoltage is 16 kW.


The output poweramplification unit is based on an inductive storage and SOS diodes with subnanosecond current cutoff time.


The changer output power is 100 W, and the output current is a sinusoid with a frequency of 22±2 kHz.


The output power of the signals is 10 and 75 W, respectively; the gain of the channel amplifiers is 40 dB; and the amplified signals are the video and audio signals of the TV channel 12.


An average output power of 1.4 kW was achieved for the modulator's burstmode operation with a number of pulses in a packet of 104at a maximum pulse repetition rate.


The amplifier passband is 20240 MHz; gain flatness, ±1.5 dB; gain, 40 dB; maximal output power, 20 W minimum; consumption current under nosignal condition, 2.2 A; and under peakload conditions, 6.8 A.


Its average output power is 30 kW at a pulse repetition rate of 500 Hz.


To increase the output power, the pulsed power supply of the Gunn diode is employed.


In the case of a microwave pulse duration of 0.150 μs and offduty factor of no less than 200, the pulse output power reaches ～1.3 W (in the continuous mode, it is ～0.3 W).


The amplifier maximum output power is 200 W, the passband is 154170 MHz, and the gain is 18 dB.


The results of an experimental study of an RSD changer with a 60kW design output power are presented.


The output power of these oscillators is 1.58.0 mW and the range of electronic frequency tuning is up to 390 MHz.


The amplifier performance data are as follow: the maximum level of the output power is no less than 140 W, the passband is 6070 MHz, the gain is 12 dB, and the power supply voltage is 13.8 V.


The average output power at a pulse repetition rate of 1 kHz reaches 30 kW.


PC 2001.5 devices were used as peak capacitors at the LTD100R stage of a highpower pulse generator and allowed the output power to be increased by ～25%.


Microwave generation is observed at 37 GHz with an output power of 160 μW and a bandwidth of 2030 MHz.


Two types of pulse generators are developed that, being supplied from the same automobile battery (12 V), produce an output power of 100 W at a frequency of 1 kHz with ～80% efficiency.

