electrical distance

electrical distance

[i′lek·trə·kəl ′dis·təns]
(electromagnetism)
The distance between two points, expressed in terms of the duration of travel of an electromagnetic wave in free space between the two points.
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These loads connected to generator were arranger in priority list as shown in table (1), these paths were checked by the path constrains (minimum number of switching and minimum electrical distance).
Tenders are invited for Supply, fabrication and erection of 110 KV additional GC in the premises of Coimbatore 110/11 KV Sub station, Supply, fabrication and erection of Heavy section and light section, Dismantling and erection of earthpits in the appropriate places, erection of fabricated structures, erection of isolators with motor operated, Supply, fabrication and erection of 110 KV AB switch and LAS within the Electrical distance in the premises of Coimbatore 110/11 KV Sub station during LC period for establishment of newly proposed revised electrical layout and providing watch man shed, road and other allied works at Coimbatore 230/110 KV Sub station.
This is slightly counter-intuitive since increasing the frequency also increases the electrical distance the loops are spaced apart.
"Instead of varying the physical distance to a mirror, we've varied the electrical distance to an electrical short circuit that acts as a mirror for microwaves."
As a practical matter, manufacturing tolerances and the effects of temperature differences, component aging and other environmental influences usually create a need for some real-time measurement of the electrical distance from the antenna to the processor for each receiving path.

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