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decametre

(US), decameter
ten metres
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In the Playa Naranjo breccias is a decametric block made of stratified conglomerates.
Range Wave Name Designation Temperature 30-300 Hz Megametric ELF 300-3,000 Hz VF 3-30 kHz Myriametric VLF 30-300 kHz Kilometric LF 300-3,000 kHz Hectometric MF 3-30 MHz Decametric HF 30-300 MHz Metric VF 300-3,000 MHz Decimetric UHF 3-30 GHz Centimetric SHF 30-300 GHz Millimetric EHF 300-3,000 GHz IR 3-30 THz IR 29-290 30-300 THz IR 290-2,900 300-3,000 THz Visible 2,900-29,000 3-30 PHz UV 30-300 PHz X-ray 300-3,000 PHz Gamma rays 3-30 EHz ?
Development of the duplexer and the shift from decametric to centimetric wavelengths soon led to universal adoption of monostatic radar systems.
Pegmatites form sub-horizontal injections of metric to decametric thickness but seem to have only a local influence on the mineralisation.
The cross section of La Bullana 2, from where micromammal remains have been obtained, is mainly composed of detritic deposits, although it is crowned by a decametric layer of limestone.
The new '& L' suffix indicates that the bomb kit now adds a laser sensor to its inertial and satellite navigation system, which endows it with a metric rather than decametric precision.