dissipation loss

dissipation loss

[‚dis·ə′pā·shən ‚lȯs]
(electricity)
A measure of the power loss of a transducer in transmitting signals, expressed as the ratio of its input power to its output power.
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For a wide range of applications, it is still possible to provide adequate ventilation and fan capacity to handle excess heat generated despite growing power density per processor and dissipation loss per unit volume.
The dissipation loss in the dielectric can affect the overall system noise temperature and, therefore, degrade the system gain vs.
The equivalent dissipation loss in the dielectric at normal incidence also can be extracted directly from the propagation constant of the dielectric using