VT

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AcronymDefinition
VTVermont (US postal abbreviation)
VTVictoria
VTVirtual Tourist (travel website)
VTVirginia Tech (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University)
VTVatican City
VTVirtual Terminal
VTVideo Toaster
VTVeterinary Technician
VTVision Therapy
VTVacuum Tube
VTVideo Text (screen text)
VTVideo Tape
VTAir Tahiti (French Polynesia, IATA airline code)
VTTidal Volume
VTVisual Testing
VTVirtualization Technology
VTVentricular Tachycardia (also seen as V-Tach; cardiology)
VTVocational Training
VTTraining Squadron (US Navy)
VTVertical Tab
VTVisual Thesaurus
VTVisualization Tool (graphical user interface; software)
VTVideo Terminal
VTTorpedo Squadron (US Navy)
VTVirtual Tape
VTVia Technologies (computer hardware; Taiwan)
VTVerification Test
VTVatu (national currency of Vanuatu)
VTVirtual Tributary
VTVoltage Transformer
VTVideo Teleconference
VTVal Thorens (French ski resort)
VTVisible Transmittance
VTVirtual Time
VTVertical Tank (Steel Battalion game)
VTValtatie (Finnish: Road)
VTVale Transporte (Portuguese: transportation voucher)
VTVisa Touch (Japan)
VTVariable Time (proximity fuze)
VTValid Time (weather forecasts)
VTViterbo, Lazio (Italian province)
VTVariable Transmission (Honda, Toyota)
VTVosper Thornycroft (UK defense contractor)
VTValley Transit
VTVirgin Trains (UK)
VTVanderpool Technology (Intel)
VTValidation Test
VTValidation Testing (system testing)
VTVerb Transitive
VTVoice Tube
VTVisiting Teacher
VTVoting Trust
VTViscous Traction (Lamborghini Diablo AWD system)
VTVapor Trails (Rush album)
VTVoice Terminal
VTThermal Voltage (transistors)
VTVoltage Terminal
VTTuning Voltage
VTVodka/Tonic (drink)
VTVariable Transformer
VTVirtual Therapist (various companies)
VTVegetable-Tanned (leather)
VTVariable Trim
VTVehicle Tests
VTTorpedo and Bombing Squadron (US Navy)
VTVerification Team
VTVolume Temperature
VTVestsjællands Trafikselskab (Danish: Western Sealand's Public Traffic Company)
VTViejo Testamento (Spanish: Old Testament; Bible)
VTTorpedo Plane Squadron (US Navy)
VTVenom Time (laboratory test)
VTVaried Time
VTVisual Tuning
VTVelocity Track
VTVerdantine (gaming, Asheron's Call)
VTTorpedo and Bombing Plane Squadron (US Navy)
VTNavy Torpedo Squadron (US Navy; 1920s to 1950s)
VTVehicle Ticket (civil court code)
VTVariable Trainer (animation)
VTViceroy’s Territory (India)
VTVile Temptress
VTVamp Team (gaming)
VTVirtual Tracker
VTVanquished Tolerance (Countstrike gaming clan)
VTVacuum Tuberculin
VTVentilatory Threshhold
VTNavy & Marine Training Aircraft Squadron
VTMaximum Airtow Speed (aviation)
VTVagrant Terror (band)
VTVinTech Network
VTVinayagar Tharmanithiyam (Sri Lankan non-governmental organization)
References in periodicals archive ?
Figure 8 shows the transient characteristics of the proposed LC-VCO at frequencies of 4.48 GHz and 5.89 GHz, when the tuning voltages [V.sub.tune] at 1.5 V and 2.5 V respectively.
It is easily seen that natural frequencies of the in-phase and antiphase vibration both decrease when the tuning voltage V increases.
One way is to replace the [C.sub.L] with a MIM capacitor in series with a varactor, the tuning voltage is applied to the common node of the MIM capacitor and the varactor.
With SSB phase noise of -95 dBc/Hz at 100-kHz offset, the HMC738LP4(E) accepts a tuning voltage from 1 V to 13 V in output frequencies from 20.9 GHz to 23.9 GHz.
tuning voltage curve appears, as shown in Figure 4, with the capacitance reduced by half, to 1.5 pF, at approximately [V.sub.tune] = 5 V, and by two-thirds, to 1 pF, at about 10 V.
Performing in a range from 284 MHz to 294 MHz with a tuning voltage range from 0.3 VDC to 3 VDC, Z-Communications' SMV0290A-LF VHF-band VCO exhibits a typical phase noise of -118 dBc/Hz at an offset of 10 kHz.
This model offers a tuning voltage of 1 to 4 VDC and a frequency range of 4384 to 4386 MHz.
Operating from 3,660 MHz to 3,700 MHz at a tuning voltage range from 0.300V to 4.7000V DC, the device has an output power of +4.000 dBm (typ.) for a 50X1 load with a supply of +5.000V DC.
The loop filter integrates the incoming current pulses to provide the necessary tuning voltage needed by the voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO) to correct the phase error.
The CVCO55CC-0827-0840 VCO operates from 827 MHz to 840 MHz with a tuning voltage range of 0.2V DC to 4.7V DC.
The CRO6030A also features 0.05 to 4.5 VDC tuning voltage for quick integration and a tuning sensitivity of only 20 MHz/V, allowing better PLL stability.