electronic converter

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Noun1.electronic converter - (telecommunication) converter for converting a signal from one frequency to anotherelectronic converter - (telecommunication) converter for converting a signal from one frequency to another
converter, convertor - a device for changing one substance or form or state into another
telecom, telecommunication - (often plural) systems used in transmitting messages over a distance electronically
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Hereby, the electrical cables in the tether are connected to a transformer and a power electronic converter on the kite.
Additionally, the performance of the designed power electronic converter together with the controller is examined under variable load and variable input voltage conditions and compared results are presented.
An electronic converter for outdoor light-to-light purposes should be able to work in two modes:
It allows research to be carried out to better understand the challenges and benefits associated with grid-connected energy storage systems, from storage technologies through to power electronic converter designs and control techniques, and finally into the distribution network.
Paice, Power Electronic Converter Harmonics: Multipulse Methods for Clean Power.
Favorable results for DC power are presented and besides this the paper also presents a mathematical technique to calculate minimum required power electronic converter efficiencies for bringing the DC system at par with an AC system.
Robbins, "Power electronic converter," in Application and Design, John Wiley & Sons, 3rd edition, 2001.
There are no fully algorithmic methods that can be translated into computer program for designing and generating these power electronic converter circuits.
Since high frequency power electronic converter required is an additional expense, therefore a line frequency transformer is preferred for this purpose.
Vectek Electronics, based in Napier, New Zealand, develops and manufactures high-power electronic converter technology for reducing downtime and increasing productivity.
But with the help of engineer Paul Stubblebine, Winston used an electronic converter to fill in the center, re-record it, and then fine-tune the sound to modern standards.

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