Malcolm Boyce wrote:Will or will not pass phantom with no ill effect?
Malcolm Boyce wrote:10dB version available?
Malcolm Boyce wrote:Will or will not pass phantom with no ill effect?
I know I would say I=V/R...macrae11 wrote:Two points of clarification on my end.
1)Isn't Ohm's Law I=V/R? I had to double check my own remembering, so I was just wondering what the E stands for in your equation, or if it's just a typo.
Common Mode Rejectionmacrae11 wrote:2) CMR?
macrae11 wrote:Two points of clarification on my end.
1)Isn't Ohm's Law I=V/R? I had to double check my own remembering, so I was just wondering what the E stands for in your equation, or if it's just a typo.
2) CMR?
Alain Benoit wrote:macrae11 wrote:Two points of clarification on my end.
1)Isn't Ohm's Law I=V/R? I had to double check my own remembering, so I was just wondering what the E stands for in your equation, or if it's just a typo.
2) CMR?
1) I=V/R, where I is current, V is voltage and R is resistance. Notice that it's not A=V/Ω ? Where A is the unit Ampere and I is current, we use E in the equation for Electromotive Force.
So, I=E/R can be re-arranged to solve for R where R=E/I.
2) Common Mode Rejection.
Still clear as mud?
Mathieu Benoit wrote:
Basically, I=V/R is not the proper way that one would write it is what he's getting at. Technically ''E'' is the symbol for voltage (Electromagnetic Force) not ''V''.
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