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There are two distinct unbalance conditions: The three phases have unequal peak voltages AND/OR the phase relations between the phases are not equal. In general, we expect the load too be symmetric on the three phases. This condition is often not fulfilled. The effect depends on the source impedance. Your load is not the only load on the system;
Part of the sweep input goes to the instrument, part goes to a RF bridge which has a precision termination inside and a test port to the outside world. The unbalance output from the bridge goes to the instrument. So if you use the sweep as your horizontal time base, then if you have a good match on the test port, the output would be low right ac
Hi, Let me put this in simple words... 121629 So whatever green an red is there is insertion delay. which is mainly due to latency from source of clock. Now Skew is due o unbalance clock tree... The difference between capturing clock latency - launching clock latency = skew having said that, we remove common point inbetw
Having worked in Radio transmission/ TV transmission and computer control of transmission kit for 40 years I have never had to do it. Systems that work on balanced lines which require a differential amplifier are always designed to cope with unbalance with fully floating inputs, so it is immediately obvious if there is a fault in this area, i.e
It's a 1:1 Balun Transformer that is used to convert Balanced-to-unbalanced ( or vice versa) has no effect on impedances. But amplitude and phase unbalance specs. are very poor due to its' wideband characteristics.Irecommend you to use a narrowband one which is more convenient at the frequency where you would at. Because if you us
I guess you need an impulse to unbalance the synchronised circuits then a scope (or such like) to see how long the system takes to revert to its synchronised state. A stop watch and a DVM? depends on the lockup time? Frank
There is always finite numerical error in the initial condition and this may or may not suffice to unbalance the oscillator core enough to start it going. The simulator stops at "good enough", not "perfect". But sometimes you get close enough to perfect balance that the oscillations never start without additional stimulus. This comes down to case
Hi everyone I'm suppose to design a system that monitor voltage unbalance supplied to induction motor.I'm suppose to use LV25-p voltage problem is I hve stated in my specification that i will use LV25-p to measure line to line voltages and calculate the percentage voltage unbalanced and display it on Graphical user ques
Hi, all, I found that the phase and gain unbalance will go back to 90 degree and 0dB after complex filter from simulation, but what's the reason, could anyone show me the point? Thanks in advance
i faced some problems when i try to implement the pll block in simulink model. so, i need help. My confusions are: 1. How can i estimate positive sequence voltage from 3 phase unbalance voltage source? 2.how can i simulate pll circuit? THANK YOU.
Hi all, I designed a PCB dipole with balun on it, the VSWR is measured well and bandwidth is ok. I don't know how about the performance of unbalance to balance, anything to measure ? thanks.
Your output will be centered around 2.5V (that's what the reference input does). The fact that you're seeing 2.2 volts may be due to unbalance in the bridge.
I don't found any link in your post I was referring to "Similar Threads" on the bottom of the page. E.g. the first thread "how to detect phase unbalance" is discussing different options for 3-phase supply monitoring. And there are surely more, because this is a serial topic at edaboard. In my view, it's necessary to clarify the s
Here is list and functions of normally used 3-phase Protection relays Control and Automation For industrial applications ED.03 Electronic relays GE POWER CONTROLS Ltd Earth leakage relays..............F13 Integral protection relay for three-phase lines.............F14 unbalance and phase failure protection relay for three-phase
The transformer is a BALUN (balance-to-unbalance) used to transform the differential input of the receiver to single-ended mode of the RF input.
You can turn unbalanced into balanced in two ways, using a center tapped transformer or by using active circuits to invert the signal to one of the lines. Electrical noise is not reduced in a balanced line but interference from outside the cable may be reduced or removed completely. The idea is that instead of using ground and one signal wire, you
Hi all, Can anybody pls tell, What is the effect of unbalanced Layer stack up ? or sometimes it is required to unbalance the Core or prepage thickness for some Desing requirements? And what is the difference if We use Core in center or we use Prepage in center .because somedody told me that we shuld use like Top Layer CORE Signal 1
Suppose I want to measure a dipole antenna with an espected impedance of 10+50j. Can I still use regular 50 ohms balun and network analysizer to measure the antenna impedance? Could anyone comment on the measurement? One more question to use balun as a transformer. Does there exist a balun to transform an unbalance impedance of 10+50j device
The easiest way of monitoring the phase unbalance is to connect 3 resistors in star configuration and monitor the central point against the neutral .. see attached picture .. If the central point is not 0 (the same as neutral) you will have to measure each phase magnitude to find out which one cases the unbalance to occur .. Rgds, IanP
There can never be a consistent, zero offset in a single ended output system. Only balanced symmetry can eliminate systematic errors that unbalance the balanced front end pair's effective transfer function. The more gain you have in differential circuitry before you go single ended, the more you reduce the "input referred single ended e