2001 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and by Utah) ICASSP (26th : 2001 : Salt Lake City PDF

By Utah) ICASSP (26th : 2001 : Salt Lake City

ISBN-10: 0780370414

ISBN-13: 9780780370418

The themes during this textual content contain: audio and electro-acoustics; layout and implementation of DSP structures; photograph and multidimensional sign processing; speech processing; DSP chips and architectures; verbal exchange applied sciences; biomedical functions; and rising DSP functions.

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IEEE Components, Hybrids and Manufacturing Technology: Published quarterly by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. A. , 1970. F. E. : Ward Leonard Electric Company, 1951. R. Sinclair, Passive Components: A User’s Guide, Oxford: Heinmann Newnes, 1990. 2 Capacitors and Inductors Glen Ballou Capacitors If a potential difference is found between two points, an electric field exists that is the result of the separation of unlike charges. The strength of the field will depend on the amount the charges have been separated.

Positive thermistors have a PTC only between certain temperature ranges. Outside this range the temperature is either zero or negative. Typically, the absolute value of the temperature coefficient of resistance for PTC resistors is much higher than for NTC resistors. , Si) is too low to allow controlled charge transport. For this reason some impurities called dopants are purposely added to the semiconductor. The process of adding dopants is called doping. , phosphorus) in the periodic table. If the elements belong to the group IIIA, the resulting semiconductor is called a p-type semiconductor.

Typically, the absolute value of the temperature coefficient of resistance for PTC resistors is much higher than for NTC resistors. , Si) is too low to allow controlled charge transport. For this reason some impurities called dopants are purposely added to the semiconductor. The process of adding dopants is called doping. , phosphorus) in the periodic table. If the elements belong to the group IIIA, the resulting semiconductor is called a p-type semiconductor. On the other hand, if the elements belong to the group VA, the resulting semiconductor is called an n-type semiconductor.

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