milliwatt


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milliwatt

[′mil·ə‚wät]
(mechanics)
A unit of power equal to one-thousandth of a watt. Abbreviated mW.

milliwatt

One thousandth of a watt. See watt and dBm.
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Li's group created a power-sipping sensing chip that consumed just 5 milliwatts, or 40 milliwatts when combined with a sampling jet to help pick up chemical traces.
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Based on a low voltage process and proprietary power control logic, the EM8510 provides a complete one-chip decoder solution using less than 500 milliwatts of power.
On a good day, the sun delivers about 100 milliwatts of energy per square centimeter onto Earth's surface," Guha says.