higher mode

higher mode

[′hī·ər ‚mōd]
(electromagnetism)
A waveguide mode whose frequency is higher than the lowest one.
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Portland's transit system also provides relatively better access than does the Dallas system, with a much higher mode share for all transit ridership and a much higher mode share of rail.
As it is known, the first vibration mode of a cantilever is characterized by maximum amplitudes of free end vibrations as the amplitudes of each higher mode gradually decrease.
The corresponding natural frequencies in the second higher mode have been illustrated in Table 3.
The capacity provided by the lower mode will operate the entire time step, while the higher mode will operated as needed to fulfill the cooling load.
With this component at hand, we are truly moving towards a higher mode of communications.
Problem of this method in higher modes it is that using the various modes may lead to peaks in the maximum and minimum points.
Excitation of higher modes in liquid media results in better image contrast depending on the thoroughness or softness of the material, or in other words, Young Modules of the material.
But it is known that higher modes and higher frequencies are more damped than first mode and for this reason the goal is a design of the beam which will have great value of ratio between second and first eigenfrequencies.
The influence of the thickness parameter is inherent at higher modes of vibration.
An LED transmits a wide and diffuse array of light energy that fills a multimode fiber and has far higher modes than any laser.
The natural frequencies of the higher modes are rather close and the corresponding mode shapes are complex.
It found that the fundamental frequency is more sensitive the higher modes.

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