Biasing in electronics is the method of establishing predetermined voltages and/or currents at various points of an electronic circuit to set an appropriate operating point. The operating point of a device, also known as bias point, quiescent point, or simply Q-point, is the point on the output characteristics that shows the direct current (DC), collector-emitter voltage (VCE), and the collector current (IC) with no input signal applied. The term is normally used in connection with devices such as transistors. (Wikipedia)

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Figure 3.11 Thermal Polarization
Figure 13.20a - Hurricane Polarities - Polarization and Differentiation at root of Rotation
Figure 3.14 - Initial Vector Polarizations
Figure 7.1 - Step 1 - Wave Vortex Crests at Maximum Polarization
3.15 - Modern References to Polar States
7B.16 - Polarity
13.03 - Voiding Polarization
16.08 - Polar Link in Thirds

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