comparator

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comparator

An investigational or marketed product (i.e., active control), or placebo, which is used as a reference in a clinical trial.

comparator

(kŏm-par′ăt-ŏr) [L. comparator, a comparer]
Something, e.g., an old drug from an established class, with which another item is compared.
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QP Semiconductor today announced that it has completed the design and fabrication of the QP710, a socket replacement part for the LM710 Differential Voltage Comparator.
The detector IC incorporates an integrated photodiode, a high-speed transimpedance amplifier, and a voltage comparator with an output driver.
Analog peripherals include a four-channel, 12-bit analog-to-digital converter, a temperature sensor, two 12-bit digital-to-analog converters, a voltage comparator and voltage reference.
The SC1406 integrates several functions into one chip, including two linear regulator controllers with soft start, a 5-bit VID DAC used as a programmable precision voltage reference, an ultra-fast core voltage comparator with soft start, power good generator, and under-voltage lockout circuit.
Internal circuitry of the LM3622 includes a bandgap voltage reference, a voltage comparator, precision voltage setting resistors and two operational amplifiers.
The SC1154 uses a high-performance, synchronous, hysteretic mode architecture that employs a voltage comparator to provide accurate Vout.
Using fast voltage comparators LM7219 and AD790 measured signals are compared with references (Fig.
The microcontrollers are equipped with multiple voltage comparators and operational amplifiers, which can be applied to various high-speed samples, alarm circuits, auto-control circuits and measurement techniques, as well as fields concerning circuit break protection, quick sensors, power supply voltage supervisor circuits, zero-crossing detection circuits, etc.

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