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Vm, which is

revolution of the synchronous motor. It is

than V„t though this depends on the excitation. The excitation corresponding to

the ...

Vm, which is

**shown**at the angle ir - |S, is the back emf. generated by therevolution of the synchronous motor. It is

**shown**in the diagram somewhat shorterthan V„t though this depends on the excitation. The excitation corresponding to

the ...

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14.19. The simplest type of band-pass-filter section is also

14.25) the bounding frequencies are seen to be (\/2 ± l)wo- wo is written for l/-\/LC

and is seen to be the geometric mean of the bounding frequencies. The

attenuation ...

14.19. The simplest type of band-pass-filter section is also

**shown**. From Eq. (14.25) the bounding frequencies are seen to be (\/2 ± l)wo- wo is written for l/-\/LC

and is seen to be the geometric mean of the bounding frequencies. The

attenuation ...

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If & is considerably smaller than a, this equation represents the type of curve

in grid Fig. 15.21. — Typical relaxation oscillator or multivibrator. potential

between ...

If & is considerably smaller than a, this equation represents the type of curve

**shown**by one of the dashed units of Fig. 15.21. This curve describes the variationin grid Fig. 15.21. — Typical relaxation oscillator or multivibrator. potential

between ...

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