attenuation factor


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attenuation factor

[ə‚ten·yə′wā·shən ‚fak·tər]
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The attenuation factor and the phase factor are related to the dielectric properties of medium as follows [14]:
There is a change in the attenuation factor when a metallic object is placed in proximity to the LC sensor.
For the single- and bipollutant models, an attenuation factor of [lambda] = 1 indicates no attenuation (i.
According to Kolsky's model (1956) a plane wave travels in a viscoelastic medium with wave number k([omega]) = [omega]/ v([omega]) - i[alpha] ([omega]) that includes an attenuation factor [alpha]([omega]) = [absolute value of ([omega])]/ ((2v([omega])Q([omega])) and phase velocity v(ra) that depend linearly with [omega] frequency.
where k is the number of floors between the transmitter and the receiver, and F is the individual floor attenuation factor.
Using the definition of the attenuation factor in (26), (27) and (33), we find that the attenuation on the TL introduced by [R.
Regarding the floor attenuation factor (FAF), researchers reported that FAF is about 15 dB for one floor separation and 6-10 dB for every additional floor (Panjwani et al.
FIGURE 1B illustrates the field mode pattern distribution, the line impedance value and the attenuation factor alpha ([alpha]): the detected value of the line impedance is approximately 40 ohm while [alpha] = 40.
y[theta]], and that the squared root term on the right hand side of (7) is the attenuation factor.
In the case of a perfect conductor ([sigma] = [infinity]) and infinite frequency (f [right arrow] [infinity]), the attenuation factor of the screen for tangential fields tends to the infinite: [a.
Since the light is effectively split in half, an attenuation factor should be calculated into the optical power budget.
gr] may be considered together by multiplying the free-space attenuation factor [[Lambda]/4[Pi]R by the ground reflection factor 4[Pi][h.