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The first (or the lowest) resonant frequency of a nanopositioner. The resonant frequency could be of the mode along the motion axis or in other axes including rotation and other complex modes. In general, the higher the resonant frequency of a system, the higher the stability and the wider working bandwidth the system will have. The resonant frequency of a mechanical mechanism is determined by the ratio of stiffness and mass. When selecting a nanopositioner to move large samples it is important to understand how the resonant frequency will change when the nanopositioner is loaded.
The natural frequency at which a circuit oscillates or a device vibrates. Abbreviated as "Fr" or "fr."
The frequency at which the inductive and capacitive reactances of a circuit are equal in magnitude, thereby canceling each other's effects. The symbol for resonant frequency is "fR."
1. The center frequency that when applied to a system, results in resonance. Any given system may have several resonant frequencies.
A frequency, usually low, that excites the exhaust system, causing a period to stand out over surrounding noise.
(natural frequency) the frequency of oscillation that, once begun, will continue without a driving force if no damping forces are present
The frequency at which a piezo-electric ceramic will vibrate most efficiently i.e. will produce the highest output with the least amount of voltage applied.
Frequency at which resonance exists.
The frequency at which a physical item tends to vibrate after the source of energy (causing the vibration) is removed.
The frequency at which any system vibrates naturally when excited by a stimulus. A tuning fork, for example, resonates at a specific frequency when struck.
That frequency in a given resonant circuit at which the inductive and capacitive reactance values are equal and cancel each other.
The frequency at which resonance occurs. In a parallel resonant circuit, the current in the circuit is a minimum and the voltage is a maximum.