decoupling


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de·cou·ple

 (dē-kŭp′əl)
tr.v. de·cou·pled, de·cou·pling, de·cou·ples
1. Electronics To reduce or eliminate the coupling of (one circuit or part to another).
2. Physics To decrease or eliminate airborne shock waves from (an explosion) by having it take place underground.
3. To separate or detach: "Bipeds have a potential advantage over quadrupeds in decoupling their breathing from their locomotion" (Craig Stanford).

de·cou′pler n.
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decoupling

(diːˈkʌplɪŋ)
n
1. (General Engineering) the separation of previously linked systems so that they may operate independently
2. (Electronics) electronics the reduction or avoidance of undesired distortion or oscillations in a circuit, caused by unwanted common coupling between two or more circuits
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Translations
découplage
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