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i. The attenuation of signal strength to very low values (below receiver noise level) that make them indiscernible. The opposite is build.
ii. The decrease in the amount of braking because of either overheating after prolonged and continuous or harsh braking or internal leakages in the system. Also called fading, fadeout, Dellinger effect, or Mögel-Dellinger effect.
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Faded Gloryville--it's a place we should all plan on visiting.
Perhaps the most mysterious image in the show is Untitled Faded Beauty (Asian Cinema), of a movie poster depicting a woman holding a phone to her ear.
This is the time to shear faded flowers (flower spikes only) of perennial candytuft (Iberis sempervirens).
Faded awnings and/or a faded paint job on a restaurant are tell-tale signs that it has withstood the test of time and/or is likely a good bet for some tasty grub.
This is the first time we have observed a jet from the initial explosion until it slowed and faded," says Tomsick.
Once the residual Mg level in the molten iron is reduced to zero, the O will then dissolve in the faded iron to 4-6 ppm.
out]) and average symbol error probability (ASEP) in mixed Nakagami-m and Rician faded wireless environments.
Their stylistic differences produce a babel of references to the contemporary city, both in its cosmopolitan reality and in the degree to which its forms embody modernity's faded, thwarted, and displaced dreams and ideals.
The digital baseband processing performs very high speed multipath fading simulation and the faded analog baseband signal is upconverted back to RF.
The wallaby experiments suggest that wariness about things that look like mammalian predators has endured, while concern about their sounds has faded, Blumstein and his colleagues propose.
The principle of space diversity reception is to provide the receiver with multiple faded replicas of the same information-bearing signal.