| F-K | L-P
| Q-R | S
Standing Wave Ratio (VSWR) - A way of expressing
the resultant loss of power as a result of signal reflections
due to discontinuity.
(V) - Unit of electromotive force. It is the difference
of potential required to make a current of one ampere flow
through a resistance of one ohm.
- Difference between electric pressure/potential
of two points and what causes current; expressed as volts.
Breakdown - Maximum voltage that can travel across
an insulated wire before electrical current will leak through
Rating - Highest continuous voltage a wire or cord
can withstand and still meet required standards or specifications.
Standing Wave Ratio (VSWR) - Ratio of the maximum
effective voltage to the minimum effective voltage, measured
along a mismatched radio frequency transmission line.
(W) - Metric unit of power, equal to one joule of
energy per second, or work done at rate of one joule per second,
or rate of work represented by current of one ampere under
a pressure of one volt (volt-ampere).
- Distance between repeating units of a propagating
wave on a given frequency.
Action - Action used to mate contacts with a sliding
motion to remove small amounts of contamination from the contact
surfaces and establish better conductivity.
Weight - A value that is added to a link
on an association chart, to represent its importance relative
to other links. Weight can influence the centrality measures
used in social network analysis. See also social network analysis.
file - A file that contains information that can
apply weighting values to links on a chart.
Wiring segment - The section of a theme line
between adjacent diverting event frames.
- RJ45 Style of Coaxial connectors which snap in for easy
connectivity. XRJAX products
- Xmultiple's patented combo connectors for MicroSD
/ RJ connectors and MicroSD / USB Connectors.
- Anti-corrosion gel. X-Sealant
Specifications and Certifications.
- Zero Insertion Force - A component designed to eliminate
the insertion and withdrawal forces during mating and un-mating.