Under the force loaded outside, the output voltage amplitude frequency response characteristic of distributed parameter force sensor is presented, by the system simulation to the cantilever beam macromodel and periphery circuits with SPICE.
This paper gives a balanced version of fully integrated MOSFET active RCT-T filters based on current conveyors CCⅡ±. Using SPICE-Ⅱ,simulation and analysis of the characteristics of the output voltage amplitude-frequency response of a MOSFET-C fully integrated precision continuous-time two order filter have been done.
By means of SPICE- Ⅱ simulation and analysis of thecharacteristics of the output voltage amplitude-frequency response and phase-frequency re-sponse of a sixth-order chebyshev MOSFET-C fully integrated precision continuous-time fil-ter are made. Some practical conclusions are researched.
A fully integrated MOSFET-C precision continuous time second bandpass filter circuit based on current transmission device [CCⅡ±] balanced structure integrator circuit is presented and elimination of non-linear factors is analyzde in theory . The computer simulation of amplitude versus frequency characteristic of output voltage is performed by means of PSPICE ( Ⅱ ) common analogue circuit program and a practical conclusion is obtained.
Characteristics of the ultrawide-band radiation at the excitation of the antenna array by bipolar pulses with a±200-kV voltage amplitude, ≈3.5-ns duration, and 100-Hz pulse repetition rate are given.
It is established that the electroconductivity of the melts subjected to the pulses increases proportionally to the voltage amplitude and the number of activating pulses in a pulse series.
Experimental dependence of the relative dynamic viscosities of liquid dielectrics on the applied alternating voltage amplitude and frequency is presented.
Also, the dependences of the internal quantum yield and luminous efficacy on the exciting voltage amplitude are explored.
X-ray radiation from the volume discharge in atmospheric-pressure air is studied under the conditions when the voltage pulse rise time varies from 0.5 to 100 ns and the open-circuit voltage amplitude of the generator varies from 20 to 750 kV.