Definitions for differentiator
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word differentiator
a person who (or that which) differentiates
Anything that differentiates, or causes differentiation (in any sense)
one who, or that which, differentiates
In electronics, a differentiator is a circuit that is designed such that the output of the circuit is approximately directly proportional to the rate of change of the input. An active differentiator includes some form of amplifier. A passive differentiator circuit is made of only resistors and capacitors.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
I do n’t, in any way, deny my faith in God, and I think that probably is a big differentiator.
The lines between 'high-end' and 'low-end' devices is blurring, which leaves price as the sole differentiator for most mass market buyers.
It’s a big technology differentiator that we have, the way we store the backups is what enables us to do the fast restore, and we do it fundamentally different than anybody else.
I think Kelley Blue Book ’s a differentiator for people. For an individual who ’s on the brink of buying a new car, if one of the vehicles they ’re looking at has it and one does n’t, I ’d be reluctant to buy that car, if you do n’t have your smartphone with you, it ’s like your soul is gone.
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