Definitions for "Control Voltage"
Keywords:  vcxo, voltage, pneunatic, lrv, tcvcxo
The low voltage supply used to control the power of the motion base motors/drives. In this case the control voltage is varied between 0 and +5V (unipolar operation) or -2.5V to +2.5V (bipolar operation). The control voltage being output decrees the amount of drive voltage suppied to electric motors, or the amount of pressure supplied to hydraulic/pneunatic systems.
The voltage powering the control circuit(s).
A voltage applied to control the frequency of VCXOs (MIL-PRF-55310D, 4.8.3.3).
Conversion Latency Convolution
The electrical signal which, in an analog synthesizer, specifies which frequency is played by the oscillators.