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coupler

Any device that joins two objects, e.g., a video endoscope to its light source.
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The proven and tested design has no greasing requirements and very few moving parts with no maintenance requirements (other than the daily inspection), guaranteeing a hassle-free coupler.
In this study, acetone is used to etch or taper a certain length of the fiber as an initial procedure to fabricate the coupler which consists of two parallel fibers brought in close proximity at a certain length, which this method is known as lapping technique.
The original thickness of the upper coupler plate is .
The basic difference in the coupling mechanism between a conventional coupled-line backward coupler and a CRLH coupled-line backward coupler is that, in the former case, coupling is related to electrical length [beta]d, whereas in the latter case, it is related to the attenuation length [alpha]d.
CIRCUIT STRUCTURE AND DESIGN THEORY OF DUAL-BAND ASYMMETRIC COUPLER
Normally, the word electric mixed with anything that is repeatedly dunked in salt water is not good, but in the case of an electric over hydraulic brake coupler, all of the electronic parts are located on the tongue of the trailer, and if that part ever goes into the water, well, you probably have other issues more severe to contend with.
The geometry of the branch-line coupler is shown in Fig.
Nice details include the coupler, which can be personalized and serialized for private individuals or even agencies.
Forces acting on the automatic coupler in railway carriages may vary, and therefore this is stress limited low cycle loading with freely developing strain in tension direction.
Redesigned medium wheel loader-based machine provides improved lines of sight to the quick coupler and work tools