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FREQUENCY DOMAIN
MEASURING DEVICE
IMPEDANCE
ACOUSTIC IMPEDANCE
ELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE
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Frequency Domain

  1. As usual for any electrical impedance, the ratio is defined only for the frequency domain and never in the time domain.

Measuring Device

  1. A measuring device measures the electrical impedance at one or more frequencies between the electrodes. (Web site)

Impedance

  1. Thus, for instance the electrical impedance of fat is much higher than the impedance of muscle tissue or fluids flowing in arteries and veins. (Web site)

Acoustic Impedance

  1. Acoustic impedance, being a complex quantity, can have real and imaginary components analogous to those in an electrical impedance. (Web site)

Electrical Impedance

  1. Electrical impedance, (sometimes Electric impedance) or simply impedance, is a measure of opposition to a sinusoidal electric current.
  2. The ohm (symbol: Ω) is the SI unit of electrical impedance or, in the direct current case, electrical resistance, named after Georg Ohm.
  3. The electrodes sense a change in blood volume (increased blood volume decreases electrical impedance) in the calf veins, which is recorded on a strip chart. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Acoustic Impedance
  2. Calf Veins
  3. Physics > Physicists > German Physicists > Georg Ohm
  4. Anatomy > Tissues > Blood > Blood Volume
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