electronic efficiency

electronic efficiency

[i‚lek′trän·ik i′fish·ən·sē]
(electronics)
Ratio of the power at the desired frequency, delivered by the electron stream to the circuit in an oscillator or amplifier, to the average power supplied to the stream.
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The helix pitch profile is optimized to maintain beam-wave synchronization so that electronic efficiency can be improved, such as positive phase-velocity tapering (PVT) [15, 16] and negative PVT [17-19].
In order to benchmark hospitals, DHA used an in-depth survey, for the second time in a row, to gauge the electronic efficiency of hospitals.
The Dubai Health Authority and HIMSS (Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society) on Sunday announced the results of the survey which determines the electronic efficiency of hospitals.
Morrison: Key advantages of e-procurement include significant savings from group purchasing discounts, electronic efficiency, significantly faster turnaround times, stream-lined shipment and delivery times, and electronic support of comparative pricing and purchasing.
Research and Realization about Improving of Electronic Efficiency in Construction and Magnetrons Technology with Power of 800W with [pi] Mode of Oscillation, PhD Thesis, University of Oradea
Such confidence will propel pharmaceutical manufacturers down the road to true electronic efficiency.
In the short run, rather than being a model of electronic efficiency, health plans may find themselves mired in an avalanche of paperwork and phone calls.
Moron's Law encapsulates a fierce problem for network engineers caused by electronic efficiency improving three times slower than photonic.
Capturing the essence of efficient consumer response (ECR), the new system promised to replace paper counting with electronic efficiency.
The electronic efficiency also removes the chances for manual error or lost forms.

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