Coupling of a signal between tow circuits, due to discrete or parasitic capacitance between the circuits.
Electrical interaction between two conductors caused by the capacitance between them.
The transfer of energy from one circuit to another by means of the mutual capacitance between the circuits. Note 1: The coupling may be deliberate or inadvertent. Note 2: Capacitive coupling favors transfer of the higher frequency components of a signal, whereas inductive coupling favors lower frequency components, and conductive coupling favors neither higher nor lower frequency components.
Coupling resulting from the capacitive effect between circuit elements.
Creation of varying electrical currents in tissues surrounding an insulated electrode due to variations in the electrode's electrical field as the electrode's voltage changes. Capacitive coupling is reduced by increasing the thickness, not the quality, of the electrode's insulating layer.
In electronics, capacitive coupling is the transfer of energy within an electrical network by means of the capacitance between circuit nodes. This coupling can be an intentional or accidental effect. Capacitive coupling is typically achieved by placing a capacitor in series with the signal to be coupled.