ferrite core


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ferrite core

n.
A magnetic core used in a computer core memory.
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It stacks the primary and secondary coils and surrounds them with a planar ferrite core, as shown in Figure 2.
The experimental model of transformer was made using ETD-34 type ferrite core with magnetic material N27.
The DCRS is composed of two (transmitting and receiving) magnetic dipole coils, placed in parallel, with each coil having a ferrite core and connected with a resonant capacitor.
High quality Ferrite core chokes - lower operating temperature and lower noise under heavy loading operation
The inductor design uses a compact ferrite core made from high saturation, low loss material.
In the equivalent circuit model of the BCI probe, the toroidal ferrite core has a complex permeability characteristic [17].
Applications of ferrite were unknown at the time, but the Tokyo Institute of Technology and TDK conducted research and development, and a component known as the ferrite core was used in wireless communications devices and radios in Japan started in 1937 ahead of the rest of the world.
GIGABYTE Ultra Durableao 3 motherboards also feature Japanese Solid Capacitors boasting 50,000 hours of operation, Ferrite core chokes with higher energy efficiency compared to the commonly used iron core chokes and Lower RDS(on) MOSFETs that features a lower resistance, which reduces power consumption and heat generation.
All connectors and contacts are 24karat gold-plated to maximize conductivity, and a ferrite core on the HD15 cable end reduces electromagnetic interference.
0 mm) uses a dual-aperture ferrite core on a ceramic base.
The cables were long enough and the signal plug was equipped with thumbscrews and a ferrite core for EMF shielding.
Basically, the author is concerned with the development of the high-speed ferrite core memories that made stored-program computers a reality.