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fading

[′fād·iŋ]
(communications)
Variations in the field strength of a radio signal that are caused by changes in the transmission medium.
(graphic arts)
The loss of density on a photographic image.
(textiles)
A change in the color of a fabric produced by a natural or artificial agent, such as sunlight or an abrasive.

Fading

The effect caused by excessive exposure to sunlight or weathering, usually in terms of color or luster.

fading

The loss of color of a paint film through exposure to sunlight and weather.

fading

i. The variation of radio field strength caused by changes in the strength of the transmission medium's signal.
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.
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The Fading Lab includes Fading Studio, a software package that creates advanced channel scenarios for testing MIMO and other multiple-antenna systems.
To achieve the desired fading sound he asked his singers to slowly walk away whilst still singing, and on stage, a door would be gradually closed between the singers and the audience.
On March 1, astronomers using two telescopes in the Canary Islands, Spain, discovered a visible-light object that coincided with the fading X-ray source.
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What is photographed is, exactly, what the photograph produces: its gaze, its inspiration, its tension, its light, something that is only there when it comes to be, something that like the object that comes out of the mold occurs only afterward, once this fading instant has been produced.
Advantages of late inoculation include virtual elimination of fading and significant reduction of inoculant addition rates.
His dissolute lawyer in that film, the older and shrewder (if not necessarily wiser) hustler Fast Eddie Felson in ``The Color of Money,'' Earl Long's endearing, goofy grasping at fading passion in ``Blaze,'' ``Mr.
An overcoat or a series of clear overcoats can also be added to build in resistance to abrasion, solvents, and color fading," Miles explains.
Valerie "Otusina" Winborne leads the ensemble with subtlety and strength, stirring the other dancers into a seemingly spontaneous stampede or alternately fading quietly into the background as they all become contemplative.
Brain cells that extract information on the boarders of the square appear critical to the fading and filling-in process, they add.
Consumers no longer have to be frustrated with their favorite black or blue casual pant fading to gray, or red shirt fading to pink.