Device for transmitting and/or receiving signals, by contactless inductive coupling comprising at least a structure forming one or more antennas, said structure comprising: a plurality of conducting links (102, 106) lying in at least two parallel and.
The circuit (1) has electromagnetic field receiving and transmitting units for sending data, where transmission is synchronized with reception. A receiving antenna (7) receives the data. A transmitting antenna (8) transmits the data, where the antennas are.
In this paper, we study the form of the inductor for producing a magnetic field in a superconductor bulk by using a method of PFM (Pulsed Field Magnetization). We tested two inductors: vortex coil and systeme of three coils, where we found the best results.
field is alternating current energy propagation in medium and high voltage cables with a focus on the simulation of the propagation in submarine cable systems. It is introduced that these cable systems need improved modelling with transient simulation.
The critical distance value is e.g. 5 cm, and the inductance (L2) of the parallel circuit is minimized. The inductance (L2) is chosen so to satisfy the relation: kopt = (R1L2/R2L1)<1/2>, where kopt is the value of coupling coefficient giving the maximum.
In this section we investigate the possible origin of the idea of the cycle in Sadi Carnot’s work, following the hypothesis of an analogy with the electric circuit in Alessandro Volta’s battery. First we will present a comparison from the standpoint of.
The method involves adapting a series variable resistor (31) of an oscillating circuit of a terminal based on an empty value when a transponder is present within a range of the terminal. The empty value depends on operation of the terminal when the.
We consider here preliminary measurements before first light. A scientific and rational way allows you to get results more quikly than an empirical one. These measurements allow a better adaptation of the various components and a better understanding of.
The inductance (L2) is maximized, and the capacitance (C2) is minimized. The inductance (L2) is chosen so to satisfy the relation; kopt - (R1L2/R2L1)<1/2>, where kopt is the value of coupling coefficient giving the maximum voltage (V2max) on poles of.