| Home | Terms of Use | Site Map | Contact Us |
IndustryCommunity.com > Electrical and Electronic Community > Analog Circuit Design Forum > Message
Main Menu

[ List Subjects ][ Post Message ]
[ View Followups ][ Post Followup ]

Subject: Re: What is coupling?

Date: 08/15/03 at 7:11 PM
Posted by: Russ Kincaid
E-mail: russlk-nospam[AT55]yahoo.com (replace [AT55] with @ to reply)
Message Posted:

In Reply to: What is coupling? posted by Lee on 08/15/03 at 12:41 PM:

Coupling generally means a connection other than a direct connection. Coupling capacitor for instance. Magnetic coupling is another example. I don't know what coupling means in this sentance: "The output impedance and the minimum required |Vds| of M2 is less strongly coupled than the value and voltage drop of a resistor". Perhaps the writer is comparing the impedance and voltage drop of a transistor with a resistor. Since they are different things and not comparable, the sentance makes no sense.

Follow Ups:

Post a Follow-up:


Message to Post:


1999-2001 Sunlit Technology Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.