# What is Capacitive coupling ?

What is Capacitive coupling ?

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Capacitive coupling is connecting a circuit to another circuit using a capacitor in order to allow only Ac signal to pass through from circuit1 to the other circuit.

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Give the different types of amplifier coupling.
Last Answer : 1. Resistance – capacitance (RC) coupling.  2. Inductance (LC) coupling.  3. Transformer coupling (TC)  4. Direct coupling (D.C.)

Which of the following device is used for coupling microwave energy?  A) Resonator B) Waveguide C) Loop D) Antenna

Last Answer : The coupling angle or load angle of synchronous motor is defined as the angle between the rotor and the stator poles of opposite polarity.

Transformer coupling introduces which type of distortion?
Last Answer : Transformer coupling introduces Cross over distortion.

Last Answer : It is denoted as τ, tau and has the value of 1/RC. We

Capacitive reactance
Last Answer : Capacitive reactance formula

Capacitive current
Last Answer : Capacitive current formula

Series capacitive compensation in EHV transmission line is used to
Last Answer : To maintain voltage stability

In a pure capacitive circuit if the supply frequency is reduced to 1/2, the current will?
Last Answer : In a pure capacitive circuit if the supply frequency is reduced to 1/2, the current will be reduced by half.

Capacitive susceptance is a measure of?
Last Answer : Capacitive susceptance is a measure of a purely capacitive circuit's ability to pass current.

Time constant of a capacitive circuit?
Last Answer : Time constant of a capacitive circuit increase with increase of capacitance and increase of resistance.

In a highly capacitive circuit the?
Last Answer : In a highly capacitive circuit the reactive power is more than the actual power.

Capacitive reactance is more when?
Last Answer : Capacitive reactance is more when capacitance is less and frequency of supply is less.

In the illustrated circuit, one advantage of the capacitor coupling over direct coupling is ____________. EL-0048 A. as the frequency decreased the capacitive reactance (Xc) increases B. the amplifier becomes ... of the signal while it isolates the biasing of each stage. D. good frequency response.

The horizontal line which cuts across 'L1' shown in figure 'A' of the illustration indicates a/an ______________. EL-0091 A. iron core B. saturable core C. air gap D. capacitive coupling

Noise that occurs via capacitive or inductive coupling in a cable. A. Crosstalk B. Quantizing noise C. Reference noise D. Tone interference

Can I use a WACOM stylus with any capacitive touchscreen tablet?
Last Answer : answer:As far as just tablets go, the HTC Flyer has this feature – I don’t think it’s as well implemented as it is on the actual Wacom tablets, but at the moment it’s the closest to what you describe. The other thing to consider is a Tablet-PC, although in my experience these are clunky as hell.

What is the power factor in pure resistive , capacitive , inductive load ?
Last Answer : Answer : Power factor cosΦ = 1 in pure resistive load, cosΦ = 0 in capacitive load , cosΦ = 0 in inductive load .

What is the expression of capacitive reactance ?
Last Answer : Capacitive reactance = XC

Last Answer : yes Load Charge Savings By Or Power Factor Of The value Increases Him Capacitive Load Says Capacitive Load That Current Flowing Is So Capacitive Current.

What is the capacitive resistance of a 0.04 microfarad capacitor in ac circuit that has a frequency of 1000 hz?

The electrical diagram shown in the illustration is used to depict a/an ____________. EL-0015 A. resistance circuit B. inductive circuit C. stepdown circuit D. capacitive circuit

An AC circuit has a capacitive reactance of 30 ohms in addition to an inductive reactance of 40 ohms connected in series. What is the reactance of the circuit? A. 8.37 ohms B. 10.00 ohms C. 50.00 ohms D. 70.00 ohms

In preparing to take insulation resistance readings on a main generator, the windings should be grounded for about 15 minutes prior to the test to _____________. A. allow accurate zeroing of the meter ... the windings D. help the windings to cool to the same temperature as the ground test connection

The insulation of electric generators during short idle periods should be _____________. A. allowed to cool slowly to ambient temperatures B. flashed with direct current to remove any residual ... using strip or space heaters D. relieved of all capacitive charge by grounding the conductors

Discharge switches are often located on hand-driven meggers. The purpose of these switches is to discharge capacitive charges stored in the _____________. A. megger hand generator B. megger movement coils C. tested equipment while conducting test D. tested equipment after testing

Voltage will always lead current in a/an ______________. A. capacitive circuit B. inductive circuit C. magnetic circuit D. resistive circuit

Decreasing the frequency in a capacitive circuit while maintaining a constant circuit voltage, will result in a/an _____________. A. increase in apparent power B. decrease in circuit current C. decrease in capacitive reactance D. decrease in total impedance

An AC circuit has capacitance arranged in series. If the line voltage remains constant, the capacitive reactance value can be varied by changing the _____________. A. line frequency B. resistance C. number of commutating poles D. number of interpoles

When using an ohmmeter to test a semiconductor diode, you find a low resistance in both the forward and reverse bias directions. This indicates that the diode has a/an ____________. A. open B. short C. good resistive quality D. good capacitive quality

The component labeled 'CR1' in the circuit shown in the illustration __________________. EL-0085 A. varies its anode/cathode polarity depending on 'RL' current B. rectifies the varying voltage from the ... reactance to smooth ripple D. establishes a constant reference voltage for the base of 'Q1'

The combined effect of inductive reactance, capacitive reactance, and resistance in an AC series circuit is known as _____________. A. reactance B. total reactance C. impedance D. resonance

The ratio of the effective value of the counter EMF in volts, to the effective value of the current in amperes is called _____________. A. impedance factor B. capacitive reactance C. inductive reactance D. root mean square

AC circuits possess characteristics of resistance, inductance, and capacitance. The capacitive reactance of a circuit is expressed in _____________. A. ohms B. mhos C. henrys D. farads

What is the reactance property at the input of a shorted quarter wavelength line? A. A parallel LC circuit B. A pure inductive reactance C. A series LC circuit D. A pure capacitive reactance
Last Answer : A. A parallel LC circuit

Known as the technique for adding a series inductor at or near the center of an antenna element in order to cancel the capacitive reactance of an antenna. A. Dipole B. Center loading C. Reflector D. loading coil

What are the methods of capacitive switching?
Last Answer : • Opening of single capacitor bank • Closing of one capacitor bank against another

Transmission lines when connected to antenna have A. capacitive load B. resistive load whose resistance is less than characteristics impedance C. resistive load at the resonant frequency D. resistive load whose resistance is greater than the characteristic impedance of the line

Transmission lines when connected to antenna have A. capacitive load B. resistive load whose resistance is less than characteristics impedance C. resistive load at the resonant frequency D. resistive load whose resistance is greater than the characteristic impedance of the line

What is capacitance and capacitive reactance?
Last Answer : Capacitance The property of a capacitor to store electrical energy in it, when it is connected to an electric supply is called capacitance. Unit for measurement is farad. Capacitor store an electric ... called capacitive reactance and it denoted by the letter XC. The unit for measurement is ohm.

Find the dissipation factor when series resistance is 5 ohm and capacitive resistance is 10 unit. a) 2 b) 0.5 c) 1 d) 0

LVDT used for displacement measurement is a/an __________ transducer. (A) Passive (B) Active (C) Capacitive (D) None of these

For interrupting capacitive currents which Circuit Breaker (CB) is used a) SF6 CB b) Oil CB c) Vacuum CB d) Air blast CB
Last Answer : Ans: Vacuum CB

In series RLC circuit at resonant a) Voltage is in phase with current b) Current is maximum c) Inductive reactance = Capacitive reactance d) All of the above
Last Answer : Ans: All of the above

Series capacitors are used to (a) compensate for line inductive reactance (b) compensate for line capacitive reactance (c) improve line voltage (d) none of the above
Last Answer : (a) compensate for line inductive reactance

What happens to capacitive reactance as frequency increases?

What is the capacitive reactance across a point-contact diode as compared to a normal junction diode?

Capacitive tuning by inserting a ring into the cavity slot of a magnetron is accomplished by what type of tuning mechanism?

Bridge used to measure both inductive and capacitive impedances at higher frequencies