center loading

center loading

[′sen·tər ′lōd·iŋ]
(electromagnetism)
Alteration of the resonant frequency of a transmitting antenna by inserting an inductance or capacitance about halfway between the feed point and the end of the antenna.
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The capability of handling off center loading more efficiently and effectively.
Smack-off: Gary Payton and Hubie Brown had to be forcibly separated after the two went jaw to jaw near the Staples Center loading dock, 30 minutes after the Lakers beat the Memphis Grizzlies on Friday.
Unfortunately, all the expertise I really need is to stand on a distribution center loading dock for an hour or two when tractors are backing into it or starting up and pulling away.
The PWS series load cells from HBM were selected for their C3 class accuracy rating, tolerance to off center loading, rugged stainless steel construction, and off-the-shelf availability.
They noticed that the minimal alteration would help to minimize off center loading error, which in turn increased the accuracy of the Check Weigher.
a provider of integrated materials testing systems, today announced an off center loading option for its ExPress line of servo-hydraulic universal testing machines.
The off center loading option demonstrates our willingness to make software and hardware modifications in order to meet customer needs," said Richard Gedney, ADMET founder and president.
UNLESS Specified Elsewhere Ship To : Hg0006 Lac/Usc Medical Center Loading Dock 1 Ca 1900 Zonal Ave.
One by one, they fled Wednesday night, gunning their Escalades and Benzes up the Staples Center loading dock, pulling away from a two-month string of letdowns and losses and sore toes.

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