decoupling


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decoupling

[dē′kəp·liŋ]
(electricity)
Preventing transfer or feedback of energy from one circuit to another.

decoupling

The separating of building elements to reduce the transfer of heat, sound, or physical loads from one element to another.
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5G UL/DL decoupling effectively enlarges C-Band coverage to achieve C-Band and 1.
In a less academic vein, several think tank and international agencies evaluate if there is decoupling at the world and at the country level.
These components are determined in block of decoupling DEC (Fig.
Decoupling reforms offer substantial economic efficiency as well as reduced pollution from fertilizers.
The proposed decoupling control scheme of half-car suspension exhibits a clear physical meaning of indirectly eliminating the suspension coupling characteristic, by effectively regulating the half-car pitch motion posture in a smooth and steady operation condition.
Decoupling points represent a place to disconnect the events happening on one side from the events happening on the other side.
Then, a four ports decoupling network is proposed, with two output ports connected to the antennas with loaded TLs for matching and two ports connected with port 1 and port 2 with shunt PCL for reducing the mutual coupling.
Considering the simplicity of slitted ground structures, the authors propose a slitted structure with [lambda]/2 and discuss results of comprehensive studies on the decoupling mechanism in the slitted ground structure.
To reach absolute decoupling targets and to avoid the impact of rebound effects eco-efficiency has to increase faster than production (GDP).
The authors hope that these self-contradictory, inconsistent effects can be overcome with system innovations, when in future decoupling is understood as the major challenge of sustainability management.
However, this decoupling process was not straightforward, since the FVH and BVH limits in the TY rating were much lower then allowed in the 'G' rating.