multiple resonance

multiple resonance

[′məl·tə·pəl ′rez·ən·əns]
(electricity)
Two or more resonances at different frequencies in a circuit consisting of two or more coupled circuits which are resonant at slightly different frequencies.
(quantum mechanics)
Two or more resonances at slightly different energies, resulting from the splitting of a single resonance by an interaction that is relatively weak.
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As using multiple slots gives multiple resonance frequencies, by combining the multiple resonances together, ultra wideband can be achieved.
The metamaterial absorber was designed based on the multiple resonance concepts using asymmetric SRR configuration.
The resonance was achieved based on the multiple resonances concept that was suggested for dual band absorber [17].
Because of multiple resonance characteristics of this sensor, this finding is unexpected and surprising, but WD sensor is useful even for rise time studies.
In contrast, random vibration testing simultaneously stimulates the test item with many frequencies, causing multiple resonances to be excited.
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A unit cell with one SRR achieves a single resonance, and a unit cell with SRRs of different sizes achieves multiple resonances for an LHM.
I placed Andrew Hallam's essay, winner of this year's Alexei Kondratiev Student Presentation Award, next because of its multiple resonances with Drout's address.
The multiple resonances of the title-word 'forged' are fully recognized: forger, frayer, fabriquer, inventer, faire and contrefaire' (p.
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Having discussed earlier the passage in Vergil's Aeneid in which Aeneas recounts to Dido Priam's murder at the hands of Pyrrhus, Foakes mines its multiple resonances in Shakespeare's tragedy.

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