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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By comparison, an iPhone 3G charger might draw about 2 watts, or 2,000 milliwatts.
Those devices, which record data 200 times each second on small, rotating disk drives, need about 600 milliwatts of power.
On a good day, the sun delivers about 100 milliwatts of energy per square centimeter onto Earth's surface," Guha says.
All three microdisplays support consumer product temperature ranges with integrated temperature compensation, operate at very low-power, typically at 100 milliwatts or better, with a 60 hertz frame rate and feature adjustable brightness and gamma settings.
Entropia III also shatters previous performance and power records by providing 28 GMACs of DSP processing and 1 GOP of network processing at under 3 milliwatts per channel for a complete solution.
Power levels range from several hundred milliwatts up to 75 watts at important wavelengths in the infrared through visible spectrum.
Heat coming out of the crust averages 58 milliwatts per square meter near New Madrid; heat flow values in other areas of the eastern United States average 20 percent lower.
Providing up to one watt-per-channel of highly efficient Class D amplification to external speakers, or enough power to drive 44 milliwatts per channel into stereo headphones, this portable audio codec also offers the flexibility to run its core from a single power supply and directly connect the Class-D amplifier to the battery supply for a more efficient operation.