spurious radiation

spurious radiation

[′spyu̇r·ē·əs ‚rād·ē′ā·shən]
(electromagnetism)
Any emission from a radio transmitter at frequencies outside its frequency band. Also known as spurious emission.
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However, in this operating configuration, the spurious radiation emitted by the opposite mold side may affect the measurement of thin-polymer streams.
The error introduced by the spurious radiation into the bulk temperature measurement would then depend on the polypropylene and mold temperature levels.
Mitsubishi Electric's newly developed models, the RA01L8693MA and RA01L9595M, are the industry's first amplifiers for RFID reader/writers with a built-in impedance-matched circuit for both input and output, which can also reduce spurious radiation.