atmospheric interference

atmospheric interference

[¦at·mə¦sfir·ik ‚in·tər′fir·əns]
(geophysics)
Electromagnetic radiation, caused by natural electrical disturbances in the atmosphere, which interferes with radio systems. Also known as atmospherics; sferics; strays.
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5G is also highly susceptible to atmospheric interference, meaning that outdoor signals are at the mercy of Mother Nature herself, with foliage and high temperatures just two examples of potential disruptors.
Temperatures will be close to normal and will decrease after atmospheric interference. Rainfall is most likely to occur between March 22-25 and at the end of the month.
Within an impressionist paradigm, one frequently reads of visual and epistemological versions of "atmospheric interference" (2)--the way in which air and light occlude, distort, or otherwise color a subject's perceptual access to an object.
The high-sensitivity sensors and advanced GEO and intuitive technologies within the MX-15 will provide SAR operators with exceptional day and night visual capabilities, despite atmospheric interference, and will operate with detection and identification ranges that will help to shorten search grid patterns and on-scene search times, the company pointed out.
To eliminate atmospheric interference and better understand how the new method improved the telescope performance, the researchers then used just one telescope antenna at the ATCA fitted with two separate receivers to take measurements.
The calculations used to obtain the surface temperature are in the method DOS1 (Dark Object Subtraction) that consists of an atmospheric scattering correction method in estimating the atmospheric interference directly from the digital numbers (DN) of the satellite image, ignoring atmospheric absorption.
By traveling so far from Earth, the telescope will be able to take much more detailed images of deep space, as it will not have the atmospheric interference that hampers the Hubble Telescope.
PAIR stands for Pentax Atmospheric Interference Reduction.
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One of the most common side-effects of atmospheric interference in blister packs is a change in surface morphology of the tablet.
To that end, Nachappa Gopalsami, Sasan Bakhtiari, Apostolos Raptis, and Thomas Elmer at Argonne National Laboratory, Ill., created the Passive Millimeter-Wave Spectrometer for Remote Chemical Detection, a passive spectrometer in the millimeter-wave region of the electromagnetic spectrum that is relatively immune to atmospheric interference and can detect chemical signatures from several kilometers away.

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