array element

array element

[ə′rā ‚el·ə·mənt]
(computer science)
A single data item in an array.

array element

One item in an array.
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A specific array element is referenced by putting its element number in parentheses following the array name.
If cost and power were not constrained in 5G systems, dedicated receive and transmit paths could be added for each MIMO array element.
Front-End Module Optimized For Phased Array Element Spacing
The proposed spectrum sensor is equipped by antenna array with the number of elements equal to M and each antenna array element receives N samples during the sensing time.
An estimate of the working time at each array element is 3 hours with the use of an excavator.
The seminar on October 22 will feature installed sound elements with a demonstration of K-array's flexible, array element speaker, the Anakonda KAN200 and the KZ10, an ultra-miniaturised line-array element.
In this way, the initial array element locations and excitation distributions useful to mimic a given radiation pattern can be determined analytically while addressing design constraints relevant to the minimum antenna spacing, array aperture, and maximum number of power levels to be operated in the array beam-forming network.
The authors proposed a wideband printed dipole antenna in [18], which will be used as the antenna array element in this paper.
00) provides engineers with an in-depth reference detailing array element characteristics and different approaches to optimum design.
This greatly amplifies the signal from the scattered light such that even a single array element outperforms any existing light scattering instrument.
In the ABF case, the adaptive weights, which define the phase and gain of each array element, need to be applied to the data from which they were calculated in order to maximize the effectiveness of interference rejection.
Continued commercial interest in microarray technology promises increasing array element density, better detection sensitivity, and cheaper, faster methods.