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resistive

/re·sis·tive/ (re-zis´tiv) pertaining to or characterized by resistance.
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Cahill, "Performance enhancement of salisbury screen absorber using resistively loaded spiral FSS," Microwave and Optical Technology Letters, Vol.
The ultra-light Hydra pinning system comprises a resistively coupled distributor, which controls arcing and provides independent operation of the pinning heads, and either four or six pinner cables.
The first part of the system we designed were the Hydra pinning heads, which provide very strong pinning and are all individually resistively coupled.
For ESD protection, charges are carried to ground and/or resistively dissipated, and can accommodate, or even require, low levels of surface conductivity.
It proposes lightweight and makeshift tactics to resistively navigate institutionalized contexts and, for those of us explicitly engaged in institutionalized forms of cultural production, makes for a poignant reminder of the complexity of our endeavors.
As shown in Figure 1, polymer-enhanced Zener diode micro-assemblies incorporate a stable Zener diode for crisp voltage clamping and a resistively nonlinear PPTC layer.
Instead of the insulated coils used by many conventional tube furnaces, SabreTube resistively heats a platform of highly-doped silicon with a standard benchtop power supply to achieve up to 100[degrees]C/s slew rate on cm-scale samples.
The passive damping of CFRP cantilever beams using resistively shunted, surface-bonded piezoelectric ceramic, PbZr[O.
Twenty-five chapters cover approximation, frequency transformations, sensitivity and selectivity, passive immittances and positive-real functions, passive cascade synthesis, two-port synthesis by ladder development, resistively terminated networks, broadband matching networks, and a broad range of filters.
This is a test Stereophile runs but this resistively loaded curve still gives us lots of info.
However, as Maycroft points out, they do have a life, a life that remains resistively free.
A reasonable portion of the oscillator output signal is resistively branched off to the prescaler, where it is divided by a factor of eight and then transferred to the PLL.