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Advantages of the Ferrite Cores

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Field of the invention - Ferrite Cores is widely used in electric motors, transformers and other electrical devices. The core is a metallic component having a magnetic field that is attracted to the magnetic field of its electrode. It is formed of iron oxide, magnetized iron and sometimes even bismuth. This part is also called the ferrite core.


The magnetic properties of these cores permit them to be effective switchboard contacts for high frequencies. Ferrite can withstand high frequencies and can have a long life span. Some transformers operate at frequencies that reach 400 MHz. It can be used to excite or filter high frequencies without demodulating the signal. Ferrites can also be used to increase the switching frequencies of ferrite taps or speakers.


One example method for the coupling of ferrite core with other core components is by using magnetic interconnection. It is done by mounting the ferrite core to metal pads, which are polarized by means of a magnetic field. This allows the current to be controlled. There are two different styles of magnetic interconnection. One style consists of conducting plates on both sides of the core, while the other style has conductive plates on one side of the core and the other one has unipolar pads.


Another effective method of coupling the ferrite core with other elements is by induction. In this case, an alternating current is passed through the ferrite core and the magnetization causes a switching action within the core. This is a highly efficient technique which generates very low input signal loss. In addition to this, the induction method of coupling the ferrite core with other components is known as electromagnetic induction. The electrical output power is increased as a result of the induced emf induction.


Some studies have revealed that a core made of ferrite, composed of two iron atoms, produces a magnetic field which is highly favorable for the creation of extremely low frequency radiation waves. Due to this property, this material is used in the manufacturing of many devices such as radar sensors and microwave receivers. Due to its power efficiency, it has been used for many years in the production of medical equipment and telecommunications equipment. This type of device has the ability to produce highly selective frequencies, which are emitted from the body of a person or from the air. These frequencies are detected by a receiver, which is linked to a transmitter.


Ferrite cored transistors can operate at a lower operating frequency if they are biased in such a manner that they are mutually repulsive. The mutual attraction between the atoms of ferrite provide the correct conditions for the generation of such frequencies. However, the generation of lower frequencies requires a bit of extra energy input which makes it a difficult task. However, when the core is biased in such a manner that it is totally repulsive, the higher frequencies can be produced easily.


One other advantage of this device is that its fabrication into smaller size components has led to the increased level of functionality and smaller size of the devices. In addition, due to the large level of control and reliability which is provided by the ferrite disk, these devices can be fabricated more efficiently. With the above said advantages, the present invention is capable of providing improved operation and performance, which are far better than those of any other known device, which can be found on the market. Therefore, the inventors have successfully applied their new and innovative ideas into the making of this device.

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