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waveband

(wayv -band) (band) A region of the electromagnetic spectrum lying between frequency (or wavelength) limits that are defined according to some property of the radiation, or some requirement or functional aspect of a detecting device or system or transmission channel.
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We now consider a Waveband assignment problem which is defined as follows, Give [{[PR.
With the development of remote sensing, many observed values could be obtained from multi-spectral, multi- azimuth, multi-date, and composite index, which loaded the corresponding waveband information of different crop and vegetation structure.
In particular, diffraction grating elements for 633 nm to 1064 nm waveband with 1600 lines/mm, exhibit a diffraction efficiency of 98% - the highest in this category of technology.
Each layer of film reacts to one specific excitation waveband, emitting a primary color.
Waveband posted a careerbest effort when winning at this track last month and she can make it a Listed double in the Sportingbet Supports Heros Hever Sprint Stakes.
Waveband posted a career-best effort when winning at this track last month and she can make it a Listed double in the Sportingbet Supports Heros Hever Sprint.
She will have to improve again as Anne Of Kiev, who finished a close-up second on that occasion, has a pull in the weights this time but Waveband is the choice as she continues on the upward curve.
The ULIS PICO640 17-micron LWIR is a 640 x 480 video quality focal plane array that operates in the 8-12 micron IR waveband.
Ellipse is one of the leading systems and is based on Intense Pulse Light Therapy which is actually not a laser as it works with a broader waveband.
The motor industry is asking for a new waveband to be allocated specifically for vehicles - one that can be strictly controlled.
Modeling technology for transistors and passive components operating in the millimeter waveband
T] waveband and has embedded in it stabilized dyes that also do not absorb thermal infrared energy.