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Bridge

1. In broadcasting, a fade-out between two scenes indicating a transition.

2. An advertisement in a magazine or other periodical that goes across two pages.
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Diaphragm movement triggers the Wheatstone bridge circuit by generating varying values of strain in the piezoresistive pads.
Kreuzer, "Wheatstone bridge circuits shows almost no nonlinearity and sensitivity errors when used for single strain gage measurements", Technical literature of Hottinger Baldwin Messtechnik, [Online].
When there is a change in strain gauge resistance caused by a strain and the slightest amount of change is detected, the bridge circuit loses its symmetry and becomes unbalanced.
However, during experiments aimed to confirm the correctness of measurement of the two mentioned non-electrical quantities by the two-current-source bridge circuit, certain difficulties occurred.
The gages are wired in a Wheatstone bridge circuit, including bridge completion resistors when needed, so the pressure gage is electrically equivalent to a load cell.
Two-phase circuits require a blocking capability of three times the supply voltage to handle inductive transients during turn-off, whereas lower bridge circuit ratings may be permissible (for example, twice the supply).
Experiment that can be performed, Characteristics of IC temperature Sensor Characteristics of NTC Thermistor, NTC Bridge Circuit, Platinum RTD.
rr], of the MOSFET's source-drain diode significantly increases the overall losses of a hard-switching bridge circuit.
Most external hard drives require the addition of a bridge circuit board to convert the hard drive's PATA interface into a USB interface.
The sensor uses piezoresistance in a full bridge circuit to detect pressure, and requires just two pins to measure differential voltage.
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