electric field

(redirected from E-field)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

electric field

the lines of force exerted on charged ions in the tissues by the electrodes that cause charged particles to move from one pole to another.

electric field

The region in space in which the attractive or repulsive effects of a given electric charge have an effect.
See also: field
References in periodicals archive ?
Furthermore, inclusion of an additional E-field strength of 10 V/m is likely to have contributed to a more reliable assessment of RF EMF effects.
If results are favorable and the budget allows, the M-field will replace the E-field systems using a phased-in approach.
The low-power tuning system coupled with the oscilloscope was used to find the correct resonant mode and the strongest E-field position at which the sample was loaded.
Freescale's e-field technology has been applied in vehicle occupant sensing systems, touch panels and liquid level sensing applications.
MC33794 E-field sensing chip - Motorola Semiconductor, Denver, CO 15.
com/analog , click on the Sense the Possibilities banner, encourages designers to demonstrate unique applications of electric field detection and imaging based on Motorola's E-Field imaging integrated circuit, the MC33794.
Device Can Replace More Than 70 Components, Enables New Class of Low-Level E-Field Imaging Applications
BSD company representatives made presentations on three topics entitled: (1) "Deep Adaptive-Phased-Array 3D steering of RF power with invasive E-field probe targeting," (2) "Evaluation of an Annular Phased Array of microwave dipole antennae as a breast applicator" and (3) "Twin spiral microwave/RF applicator for superficial hyperthermia.
Agilent's proprietary EP pixel architecture leverages several design innovations, such as 3-D pixel e-field shaping(1), to better address the three major challenges faced by all CMOS image sensors: keeping noise down in very low-light conditions, maintaining true color uniformity for sharpness and color accuracy, and improving pixel consistency through reduced manufacturing variability.
Designed to replace PINs on personal computers or ATMs, secure corporate access, or keys for houses, automobiles, or hotel rooms, AuthenTec's technology, known as E-Field, reads beyond the outer layer of the skin where the true fingerprint resides, resulting in far greater accuracy than currently available.