Topics: Management occupations, Executive officer, IBM Pages: 2 (324 words) Published: November 29, 2010

a device which compares two voltages or currents and switches its output to indicate which is larger.


Hysteresis is achieved by positive feedback and makes the comparator less sensitive to noise on the input.


VHYS = V2 – V’2

V2 = R2

R2 + R1

V2 = R2

R2 + R1

Jonathan Archer captain of the first starship Enterprise

The most difficult task facing any captain, any crew, is the loss of a shipmate. We've come here to honor one of our own. In the time we knew him, he showed us just how much one life can truly matter. We will never forget what he did for us, and for the ship he loved so much. We will go forward with renewed determination to complete this mission, so that his sacrifice won't just have been for the people on this ship, but for all the citizens of Earth.

Samuel J. Palmisano

Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer
IBM Corporation

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