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coaxial

, coaxal
1. having or being mounted on a common axis
2. Geometry (of a set of circles) having all the centres on a straight line
3. Electronics formed from, using, or connected to a coaxial cable

coaxial

[kō′ak·sē·əl]
(mechanics)
Sharing the same axes.
(mechanical engineering)
Mounted on independent concentric shafts.
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According to our knowledge There are studies discussed the adequecy and complications of different needles size, but there are limited data in the literature compared the freehand technique to the coaxial technique with 18G needle, for these reasons our aim is to compare the adequacy and complication rates between freehand and coaxial with gelfoam technique with needle size 18-gauge as in our institute.
Coaxial cables are widely used in data communication and in manufacturing of communication equipment and devices.
The connection of the resonant pole and the cavity is located in the strongest magnetic field in the coaxial resonator, as shown in Figure 1(b).
12], while [13] presents vertical coaxial transitions using C-shaped bump pads.
Operators can also deploy fiber to a business park as a standard high-speed data offering and include coaxial cable under the same sheath in case commercial customers later request video delivery.
However if there is no Fresnel drag effect, V = c/n, as is the case in RF coaxial cables, then we obtain
This new model expands Sumitomo Electric's family of coaxial laser diode modules to being capable to support a wider frequency range, from 2GHz to 5GHz.
4 Fit the coaxial plug to the end of the cable and connect the plug to the aerial amplifier in the attic.
We pumped the sample probe extensively to avoid trapped gasses in the coaxial leads, and then cooled the device slowly over two days to eliminate electron-hole pair production in the device (which creates additional electrons in the two-dimensional fluid and a slow downward drift in the magnetic field positions of QHR plateaus as the pairs recombine).
The measured and simulated results of the coaxial dipole antennas approximate the characteristics of the two-wire dipole, especially in terms of radiation pattern.
To make the coaxial jets, Loscertales and his coworkers use hollow needles up to a millimeter in diameter.