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Terminal (electronics)

About: Terminal (electronics) is a research topic. Over the lifetime, 362604 publications have been published within this topic receiving 1724200 citations.


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Harry Nyquist1
TL;DR: A considerable portion of the paper describes and illustrates a method for expressing the criteria of distortionless transmission in terms of the steady-state characteristics of the system, and of the minimum frequency range required for transmission at a given speed of signaling.
Abstract: The most obvious method for determining the distortion of telegraph signals is to calculate the transients of the telegraph system. This method has been treated by various writers, and solutions are available for telegraph lines with simple terminal conditions. It is well known that the extension of the same methods to more complicated terminal conditions, which represent the usual terminal apparatus, leads to great difficulties. The present paper attacks the same problem from the alternative standpoint of the steady-state characteristics of the system. This method has the advantage over the method of transients that the complication of the circuit which results from the use of terminal apparatus does not complicate the calculations materially. This method of treatment necessitates expressing the criteria of distortionless transmission in terms of the steady-state characteristics. Accordingly, a considerable portion of the paper describes and illustrates a method for making this translation. A discussion is given of the minimum frequency range required for transmission at a given speed of signaling. In the case of carrier telegraphy, this discussion includes a comparison of single-sideband and double-sideband transmission. A number of incidental topics is also discussed.

2,272 citations

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Harry Nyquist1
07 Aug 2002
TL;DR: A considerable portion of the paper describes and illustrates a method for expressing the criteria of distortionless transmission in terms of the steady-state characteristics of the system, and of the minimum frequency range required for transmission at a given speed of signaling.
Abstract: The most obvious method for determining the distortion of telegraph signals is to calculate the transients of the telegraph system. This method has been treated by various writers, and solutions are available for telegraph lines with simple terminal conditions. It is well known that the extension of the same methods to more complicated terminal conditions, which represent the usual terminal apparatus, leads to great difficulties. The present paper attacks the same problem from the alternative standpoint of the steady-state characteristics of the system. This method has the advantage over the method of transients that the complication of the circuit which results from the use of terminal apparatus does not complicate the calculations materially. This method of treatment necessitates expressing the criteria of distortionless transmission in terms of the steady-state characteristics. Accordingly, a considerable portion of the paper describes and illustrates a method for making this translation. A discussion is given of the minimum frequency range required for transmission at a given speed of signaling. In the case of carrier telegraphy, this discussion includes a comparison of single-sideband and double-sideband transmission. A number of incidental topics is also discussed.

1,491 citations

Patent
Jong Hwan Kim1
13 Mar 2015
TL;DR: In this article, a mobile terminal including a body; a touchscreen provided to a front and extending to side of the body and configured to display content; and a controller configured to detect one side of a body when it comes into contact with a side of an external terminal, display a first area on the touchscreen corresponding to a contact area of body and the external terminal and a second area including the content.
Abstract: A mobile terminal including a body; a touchscreen provided to a front and extending to side of the body and configured to display content; and a controller configured to detect one side of the body comes into contact with one side of an external terminal, display a first area on the touchscreen corresponding to a contact area of the body and the external terminal and a second area including the content, receive an input of moving the content displayed in the second area to the first area, display the content in the first area, and share the content in the first area with the external terminal.

1,441 citations

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TL;DR: It is proved that feasibility of the open-loop optimal control problem at time t = 0 implies asymptotic stability of the closed-loop system.

1,300 citations


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No. of papers in the topic in previous years
YearPapers
20225
20212,902
202011,853
201918,838
201823,599
201725,681