atmospheric interference

atmospheric interference

[¦at·mə¦sfir·ik ‚in·tər′fir·əns]
(geophysics)
Electromagnetic radiation, caused by natural electrical disturbances in the atmosphere, which interferes with radio systems. Also known as atmospherics; sferics; strays.
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The PENTAX Atmospheric Interference Reduction (PAIR) technology reintroduces color that would otherwise be obscured.
By traveling so far from Earth, the telescope will be able to take much more detailed images of deep space, as it will not have the atmospheric interference that hampers the Hubble Telescope.
A sophisticated image enhancement algorithm brings out detail in images degraded by poor visibility or atmospheric interference.
PAIR stands for Pentax Atmospheric Interference Reduction.
One of the most common side-effects of atmospheric interference in blister packs is a change in surface morphology of the tablet.
The orb is larger but no brighter in the second photograph, enshrouded in a near-invisible haze of silvery atmospheric interference.
For this purpose, the QoS server receives information from different sources on possible atmospheric interference and on the quality of the radio connection.
What they meant was old episodes of Coronation Street could now be viewed in glorious DVD wide-screen cabled directly into your living room, with no atmospheric interference.
It is a time of prime vulnerability when billions of dollars of electronic weaponry is rendered useless by atmospheric interference, and when potential enemies like the North Korean Army might well launch a pre-emptive strike.
Placement of the telescope inside the aircraft will enable observations to be done at an altitude eliminating much of the atmospheric interference associated with ground-based observations.
AIA brings out the detail from images degraded by poor visibility or atmospheric interference.

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