radiation characteristic

radiation characteristic

[‚rād·ē′ā·shən ‚kar·ik·tə′ris·tik]
(communications)
One of the identifying features of a radiating signal, such as frequency and pulse width.
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But he concurs with Forbes that the infrared detectors "are more sensitive and can do a more thorough job" of searching for radiation characteristic of recent supernova explosions than radio telescopes.
Where large amounts of matter happen to be falling into the black hole, friction and gravitational stresses on the infalling matter can generate the radiation characteristic of a quasar, which far outshines all the rest of the surrounding galaxy.
This science of astrochemistry proceeds by examining the spectra of objects in the sky for emissions or absorptions of radiation characteristic of different chemical substances, either fairly sharp wavelengths (lines) or short ranges of wavelengths (bands).
The book begins with a review of relevant biology and physics, covering anatomy and physiology, cell function, radiation characteristics, and ionizing radiation tissue interactions.
Public service contract, perennial, standing, consisting in the conclusion of an agreement, for a period of three years, if applicable extendable once, for a period of one additional year, relating to rental helicopters (with driver) as part of the television coverage of various events, including cycling races, and implementation of measures radiation characteristics of transmit antennas.
Since their radiation characteristics mimic true supernovae, they are sometimes referred to as supernova "impostors".
Linings reduce the noise emission of vibratory feeder bowls by providing a cushion between the part and the bowl, and by lessening the bowl's surface noise radiation characteristics.
Research on the project started nearly five years ago and was originally developed to determine radiation characteristics of microwave antennas.
Written with a minimal use of mathematical physics and an emphasis on conceptual understanding, the text provides an overview of electromagnetic theory, an explanation of basic concepts of wave propagation, and an introduction to various types of antennas and their radiation characteristics.
When applied to exhaust systems, CermaKrome can withstand substrate temperatures of over 1300[degrees] F, functioning as an effective thermal barrier, with reduced thermal radiation characteristics.
Compiled from data gathered over the 30-year period from 1961 to 1990, NREL's Solar Radiation Data Manual for Flat-Plate and Concentrating Collectors (commonly known as the Redbook), gives a wealth of information about the monthly solar radiation characteristics at hundreds of locations across the United States and its territories.
Wallace's measurement data, Implant Sciences now has two independently reviewed dosimetry studies that provide a scientific consensus of the seeds' radiation characteristics.