mean power

mean power

[′mēn ′pau̇·ər]
(electronics)
For a radio transmitter, the power supplied to the antenna transmission line by a transmitter during normal operation, averaged over a time sufficiently long compared with the period of the lowest frequency encountered in the modulation; a time of 1/10 second during which the mean power is greatest will be selected normally.
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The idealised mean power with both barriers fully open is estimated at 16.
Erdogan does not want to go there, because that would mean power sharing, and holding the elections with a government not under AKP control," said Sinan Ulgen, visiting scholar at Carnegie Europe and head of the Istanbul-based EDAM think-tank.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian President Hassan Rouhani rapped Saudi Arabia and other countries which have collaborated with Riyadh in waging military strikes against Yemen, and said killing Yemeni women and children is no source of honor and does not mean power.
The theoretical mean power of wave energy resources along China's coasts reaches 12852.
Spectrum Power Data for Eye Close Mean Mean Power Peak Eye Number Power Open/Attention PeaK/Mean of Peaks Delta 439750 7495 58.
This doesn't mean power plants and petrochemical plants will have to shut down.
Subjects who took black tea extract produced significantly higher peak power and higher average mean power across intervals, and experienced significantly lower levels of delayed-onset muscle soreness 24 and 48 hours post-workout
Although these assessments are able to assess peak or mean power performance in single or repetitive jumps, they are unable to provide any feedback regarding fatigue rate or anaerobic conditioning levels.
However, mean power absorbed is almost 27 percent less, giving an overall Coefficient of Performance (COP) actually better than R 1.
The mean power score for all subjects regardless of adherence was 282.
Betaine ingestion significantly increased average peak power, maximum peak power, average mean power and maximum mean power for all subjects combined compared to both placebo and baseline.

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