Pasternack's hand formable precision assemblies are 100% Hi-Pot, continuity, and 100% VSWR tested to the maximum frequency of assembly.
What does F(max) stand for?
F(max) stands for Maximum Frequency
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- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Fantasy and Science Fiction
- Fire and Safety Test Detachment (various organizations)
- Fire & Theft (insurance)
- Float and Thermostatic (steam trap)
- From & To
- Fuel and Transportation (US Navy)
- Filthy & Verminous
- Fruit and Vegetable
- Fillmore & Western Railway
- Forecasts and Warnings
- Adsorption Function
- Function of X (mathematics)
- North American Fury Jet Fighter Aircraft (Korea)
- Douglas Sky Knight Fighter Aircraft (Vietnam)
- Grumman Tigercat Jet Fighter Aircraft (Korea) (Later F-11)
- Grumman Tomcat Fighter Aircraft (US Navy)
- Quick Strike Variant of the F-14D Fighter Aircraft
- McDonnell Douglas Banshee Jet Fighter Aircraft (Korea)
- McDonnell Douglas Demon Jet Fighter Aircraft (Korea)
- McDonnell Douglas Phantom Fighter Aircraft (Vietnam)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Measurements on a multi-core subsystem in an ST-Ericsson NovaThor ModAp platform, with a maximum frequency exceeding 2.
With a maximum frequency time of 40 minutes, the service will be available on two 75-seater buses from 5:30am to 11:30pm everyday against only Dh5.
To be precise, it is possible for a decoupling capacitor to be effective if its distance from the signal trace is less than a quarter wavelength at the maximum frequency of interest.
To certify an installation, tests should be done to a maximum frequency of 100 MHz.
This figure is the maximum frequency spectrum efficiency for 4G as defined by WINNER*4.