Simulated in HSPICE,the bandgap reference source exhibits a temperature coefficient lower than 4-ppm/℃ in the temperature range from-55 ℃ to 125 ℃,and two adjustable reference voltages are also obtained.
The breakdown voltage of this BCD structure VDMOS is 160V,its on-resistance is 0.3Ω,and its specific on-resistance is 26mΩ·cm2.The breakdown voltages of npn,pMOS,and nMOS are 50,35,and 30V,respectively,and the npn current gain and cut-off frequency are 120 and 700MHz,respectively.
By comparing with condenser transducers of the same construction and same sensitivity, it was foundthat tbe ratio of electret surface potential V_(so) to the thickness of equivalent air gap of electret transduceris approximately equal to the ratio of polarization voltage V_B to the thickness of equivalent air gap of thecondencer transducer which have the same construction and same sensitivity.
For reasons given, we have made theoretical design and numerical simulation of radial klystron oscillator for GW level output. A peak value (average over a period) of 1.6×2GW ( f =6.0GHz) is obtained. The width of the microwave putse is 40ns under the condition of the potential pulse width of 116ns.
At applied voltage of 3￣14V,optical gain of 7 113 and 3693 are obtained in the condition that input photo power are 1μW and 40￣50nW respectively. These values are the highest to similar dates reported in optical detectors.
Ameltolide shares with phenytoin and carbamazepine a common mode of action involving interaction with central voltage-dependent sodium channels.
In this article a deficiency in the classical approach is pointed out and a new method for the statistical analysis of life data, especially for electronic products, under progressive stress (voltage)V(t) =Kt is given.
The working conditions for CE-FA separation are as follows: operating voltage, 10 kV; running buffer, 67 mmol·L-1 phosphate, pH 7.4.
The main process parameters studied in this work were the voltage, the flow rate of the spinning fluid, the distance between the spinneret and the nanofiber collector and the temperature in the spinning chamber.
It was found that the diameter of nanofibers mainly depended on high voltage, the gap between the spinneret and the collector and the concentration of polymer solutions.
Finally, it is verified that the proposed SVPWM is actually a pulse-width modulation (PWM) technology based on line voltages.
Furthermore, the temperature of the guided molecules and its guiding efficiency can be controlled by adjusting the guiding voltages applied on electrodes.
Anode peak voltages (Eap) and their pH dependences were determined for the studied phenolic acids and flavonoids.
The solution of the steady-state problem is obtained on the basis of methods developed earlier for conditions typical of aerodynamical experiments and various electric currents and electrode voltages.
The use of both X- and Y-oriented double crystals as Q-switches in order to combine large electro-optic coefficients and low quarter-wave hold-off voltages with excellent thermal stability of the device is considered.