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nearfield

The closest distance from a source to its destination. The term generally refers to wireless communications as well as studio monitors (speakers) designed for close listening. Contrast with "farfield," the farthest distance and "midfield;" in between. See NFC and electroceutical.
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Baker-Jarvis, Relative permittivity measurements using the higher-order resonant mode of a nearfield microwave probe, in: URSI Proceedings, Chicago, IL (2008).
There has been substantial opposition to the modern three-storey building, which is close to Nearfield House elderly residential home and Friary School, over increased noise and traffic fears.
The sound from a nearfield seat was awful: thin sound and a recessed center image.
Homes to be included in the transfer deal include Bracken House at Burntwood, Langbourn and Hillcroft at Cannock, Nearfield House at Lichfield, Ravenhill at Rugeley, Silverdene at Penkridge and Westhorpe at Stafford.
NASDAQ: ZAGG), a leading mobile device accessories company, today announces the availability of the Boost NearField Audio[TM] speaker under the iFrogz[TM] brand.
Alex McAlpine, manager for Reservoir Development & Nearfield Exploration at Todd Energy.
There has been substantial opposition to the modern three-storey building close to Nearfield House elderly residential home and Friary School over increased noise and traffic fears.
com> Nearfield had two rooms with different variations of their PipeDream loudspeaker system.
Bruce Williams, Electronic Products Manager * Nearfield Systems, Inc.
1 platform, Dual SIM Dual standby, (NFC) Nearfield Communication Technology and the proprietary FIT security technology.