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guard ring

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1. (Jewellery) jewellery Also called: guard or keeper ring an extra ring worn to prevent another from slipping off the finger
2. (General Physics) an electrode used to counteract distortion of the electric fields at the edges of other electrodes in a capacitor or electron lens
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Tenders are invited for Procurement of Lead Metal Diaphragm for LP Turbine & Sealing Strips for Oil Guard Rings of Turbine Bearings U-8 & 9.
2 consists of a three-part coaxial capacitive sensor in which the middle one is acting as the main sensing probe and the other two capacitors considered as the guard rings in order to reduce the stray capacitance effect and the source of errors in measurements (it must be mentioned that such design is more useful for the case of small capacitance change measurements).
Interchangeable fluorescent pin guard rings are available in Nitrous Green (standard), Atomic Yellow, Neon Pink, Radical Red and Wicked White.
He also surveys the growing number of architectures and concepts being discussed, and delves into areas rarely considered by similar textbooks, such as power bus architecture, guard rings, and floorplanning.
The new IP block employs a range of techniques to ensure high performance, reduced jitter and increased noise immunity, including: a dual-loop hybrid clock-and-data recovery (CDR) architecture which recovers the clock with less jitter; a coupled ring oscillator VCO design; internal voltage and current regulation for sensitive circuits; fully differential circuitry and clock signaling; as well as extensive use of guard rings within the macro, the company said.
On the custom of "keeper" or guard rings, see Anne Randall White, Twentieth Century Etiquette, n.
II TM-I Overhaul 2015-16- Unit II Inspection of governing elements, checking H gap, MOP float, renewal of MOP bearings if necessary, overhauling of CVSM pilot, feed back pilot and intermediate pilot valves and changing of oil guard rings in TG IV bearing.