шунтировать своим входным импедансом

English translation: shunts (the circuit/the resistor) because of its lower input impedance

11:35 Jul 8, 2015
Russian to English translations [PRO]
Science - Electronics / Elect Eng / piezoelectric elements
Russian term or phrase: шунтировать своим входным импедансом
Когда пьезоэлемент присоединяется параллельно к выходному резистору R2 делителя, он в той или иной мере шунтирует его своим входным импедансом
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English translation:shunts (the circuit/the resistor) because of its lower input impedance
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Mikhail Zavidin
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3 +2shunts (the circuit/the resistor) because of its lower input impedance
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shunts (the circuit/the resistor) because of its lower input impedance


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Mikhail Zavidin
Ukraine
Local time: 21:29
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Спасибо!

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agree  Michael Korovkin: ... one way or another, it shunts the former (чтоб не повторять R2) with/due to its low input inpedance. Однако, от контемпорери рашн лэнгвиджа я чисто торчу... :)))
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agree  Evgeny Artemov (X)
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