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Definition of a bifilar

a bifilar
Bifilar Bi*fi"lar, a. [Pref. bi- + filar.] Two-threaded; involving the use of two threads; as, bifilar suspension; a bifilar balance. Bifilar micrometer (often called a bifilar), an instrument form measuring minute distances or angles by means of two very minute threads (usually spider lines), one of which, at least, is movable; -- more commonly called a filar micrometer.

Meaning of a bifilar from wikipedia

- A bifilar coil is an electromagnetic coil that contains two closely spaced, parallel windings. In engineering, the word bifilar describes wire which is...
- A bifilar dial is a type of sundial invented by the German mathematician Hugo Michnik in 1922. It has two non-touching threads parallel to the dial. Usually...
- signals. A transformer, which is useful for AC signals only, and will filter any form of common mode noise, but may be used in combination with a bifilar wound...
- Ayrton–Perry winding (named for William Edward Ayrton and John Perry) is a type of bifilar winding pattern used in winding wire on forms to make electronic components...
- A helical antenna is an antenna consisting of one or more conducting wires (monofilar, bifilar, or quadrifilar with 1, 2, or 4 wires respectively) wound...
- reversed direction can minimize inductance. Other techniques employ bifilar winding, or a flat thin former (to reduce cross-section area of the coil). For...
- effects; Object to avoid expensive, ****bersome, and difficult condensers; Bifilar coil winding technique. U.S. Patent 0,514,167 - Electrical Conductor -...
- 1975-318) Invented by the German mathematician Hugo Michnik in 1922, the bifilar sundial has two non-intersecting threads parallel to the dial. Usually...
- sometimes bifilar or coaxial cable, wound around ferrite or other types of core. This style of transformer gives an extremely wide bandwidth but only a limited...
- transformer which matches a balanced transmission line to an unbalanced one. Bifilar coil - a coil wound with two parallel, closely spaced strands. If AC currents...
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