Resistive

  • (adj): Exhibiting or relating to electrical resistance.
    Example: "Resistive load"
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Some articles on resistive:

Resistive Touchscreen
... In electrical engineering, resistive touchscreens are touch-sensitive computer displays composed of two flexible sheets coated with a resistive material and ... senses input from contact with nearly any object (finger, stylus/pen, palm) resistive touchscreens are a type of "passive" technology ... Resistive touchscreens typically have high resolution (4096 x 4096 DPI or higher, providing accurate touch control ...
RC Time Constant - Delay
... the effective propagation delay of a digital transition, may be dominated by resistive-capacitive effects, depending on the distance and other parameters ... Resistive-capacitive delay, or RC delay, hinders the further increasing of speed in microelectronic integrated circuits ... The typical digital propagation delay of a resistive wire is about half of R times C since both R and C are proportional to wire length, the delay scales ...
Smart Board - Technology - Resistive Technology
... The earlier Smart Board 600 series interactive whiteboards use resistive technology ... plastic front sheet and hard backboard are coated with a thin resistive film ... The resistive sides of each are separated by an air gap of two-thousandths of an inch, or about the width of two human hairs ...
Fault Current Limiter - Types
... Fault Current Limiters are described as being in one of two major categories resistive or inductive ... In a resistive FCL, the current passes through the superconductor and when a high fault current begins, the superconductor quenches it becomes a normal conductor and the resistance rises ... A resistive FCL can be either DC or AC ...
Multi-touch Gestures - Implementations
... PST) Mutual capacitance Self-capacitance In-cell Capacitive Resistive Technologies Analog Resistive Digital Resistive or In-Cell Resistive Optical Technologies Optical Imaging ...

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