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Programmable load

A programmable load is a type of test equipment or instrument which emulates DC or AC resistance loads normally required to perform functional tests… 
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2016
2016
A versatile multi-amplifier flicker noise measurement system with various programmable configurations was developed for accurate… 
2016
2016
This paper presents a unique battery testing and quantification system to conduct advanced studies on battery Stateof-Health (SoH… 
2012
2012
A novel digital calibration technique based on component redundancy and random diversity (CRRD) is used to enable robust high… 
2011
2011
A power cycling test bench is realized for the lifetime analysis of IGBT power modules and for the development of a reliability… 
2007
2007
By applying two techniques to the single stage common gate architecture, a new area optimized reconfigurable LNA for multi… 
2005
2005
Abstract This paper concerns design and realization of programmable emulator of mechanical loads for motors. The aim of this… 
Highly Cited
1998
Highly Cited
1998
Industrial processes often contain nonlinear mechanical loads driven by electrical drives. PI and PID controllers, widely used in… 
1994
1994
Implementations of climate models on scalable parallel computer systems can suffer from load imbalances due to temporal and…