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inductive

1. relating to, involving, or operated by electrical or magnetic induction
2. Logic Maths of, relating to, or using induction
3. Biology producing a reaction within an organism, esp induction in embryonic tissue
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Although Apple appears to be interested in inductive wireless charging, a long-range solution seems more in line with the company's vision of a wireless future, as pointed out by (https://9to5mac.
ABI Research said inductive and resonant charging remain the best wireless charging options for now, with shipments clearing one billion by 2019.
6% CAGR for inductive charging between 2012 and 2020.
With further inductive and resonant product releases also expected later this year across numerous applications --such as the new Intel chip architecture of Skylake including Rezence-standard loosely-coupled charging--this Samsung announcement is the first large step in 2015 for wireless charging in what looks to be a breakthrough year for the technology.
Inductive was excited about the possibility of introducing their advanced automation controls system to mechatronics students, and offered to donate an academic software license valued at $15,000 for the program's use in the classroom.
Inductive scenarios, on the other hand, emerge from the study of possible interactions among many trends and weak signals.
The topics include laser Doppler velocimetry technology for integration and directional discrimination, thin film resistance temperature detectors, inductive sensors fitted in aircraft windows to measure lightning current, wideband ultrasonic transmitter and sensor array for in-air applications, and applying inertial sensors in developing smart particles.
These considerations concern a second dichotomy in language teaching methodology--in fact, in teaching methodology in general--namely that of inductive versus deductive teaching designs.
In this paper, capacitive windows and inductive windows in the enclosure are considered as lumped elements, and their effects on shielding effectiveness are presented with the method of TLM.
However, when it comes to inductive communication, no propagation models and link budgets similar to Lee [1], Hata, COST 231 and Stanford University Interim (SUI) models [2] exist in current literature.
The second chapter considers ten critical challenges for the US church, providing grounding in both historical and contemporary experience, carefully explained as essential elements of the inductive method.
With inductive charging, devices can be recharged without needing to be plugged in.