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millimetre

(US), millimeter
one thousandth of a metre.
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The global millimeter wave technology revenue market is expected to reach $208.
BEIRUT: The Lebanese Agricultural Research Institute sent text messages via mobile phones to farmers Wednesday informing them that the country had seen 20 millimeters of rainfall over the last three days, bringing the total this year to 181 millimeters.
These include bar steels with diameters from 90 to 350 millimeters, slabs with cross-sections of 200 by 1250 millimeters, and flats ranging in thickness from 28 to 280 millimeters and in width from 750 to 1250 millimeters.
0 magnitude - could be moving at up to 1 millimeter a year, according to the computer model that best fits the geologic measurements, Cooke said.
The holes are about a centimeter long and a few millimeters wide.
I believe we are reproducing the treatment parameters with one millimeter accuracy on a day-to-day basis and I'm also able to use just five millimeter margins around the target," he says.
The company is currently marketing a wearable display product called the Nomad Personal Display based on a scanner chip that is 7 millimeters by 13 millimeters.
By manipulating the model on his own personal computer, he wanted to study the statue at scales ranging from meters to millimeters.
The KUKA KR 100 HA robot is the basic model with a reach of 2,600 millimeters and payload capacity of 100 kilograms.
The semiconductor industry are increasing efforts to produce silicon wafers that are 300 millimeters in diameter with a potential of increasing productivity by 500% at a 30-40% increased cost in processing.
Bolometers, which are currently more sensitive than HEMTs, require cooling to a fraction of a kelvin -- nearly absolute zero -- and give best results when detecting radiation at wavelengths shorter than 3 millimeters.
The millimeter wave transceivers at the base stations operating at frequencies greater than 60 GHz (corresponding to wavelengths shorter than 5 millimeters) will be equipped with antennas providing very narrow beams so that an almost unlimited number of transceivers will be able to simultaneously use the same millimeter wave spectrum.

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