dynamic beam forming


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dynamic beam forming

[dī¦nam·ik ′bēm ‚form·iŋ]
(electronics)
A cathode-ray-tube design that ensures that the electron beam will impact a perfectly circular area of the display screen regardless of the location on the screen to which it is directed.
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Advances in the areas of dynamic beam forming, interference rejection, smarter meshing techniques and adaptive RF controls are opening new market opportunities for operators looking to build reliable broadband networks much faster and economically than ever before.
Dynamic Beam Forming, adjusts the raster spot so it is uniform across the curvature of the screen, keeping the corners and sides of an image as sharp as the center.
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