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i. The attenuation of signal strength to very low values (below receiver noise level) that make them indiscernible. The opposite is build.
ii. The decrease in the amount of braking because of either overheating after prolonged and continuous or harsh braking or internal leakages in the system. Also called fading, fadeout, Dellinger effect, or Mögel-Dellinger effect.
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Other times, it seems like the memory has faded, and the details are fuzzy," said Ritchey.
One study showed that women's stretch marks faded after five sessions compared to others who used topical creams with glycolic acid and tretinoin.
After three Soliton Multi-Pass treatments, 100% of the treated tattoos had a 'Complete' (76-100% faded) response.
After 3 Soliton Multi-Pass treatments, 100% of the treated tattoos had a 'Complete' (76-100% faded) response; in comparison, only 17% of the tattoos treated with the Laser Only had a 'Complete' response."
Key aspect for the wireless communication systems analysis and simulation is accurate modelling and statistical characterization of corresponding faded channels.
I find it sad that this form of speech has faded over time because it had its own humour and style and was unique from the rest.
On her fourth album, Faded Gloryville, Ortega proves once again that she is a fantastic songwriter.
It had the IQ surge, and then it faded out at age ten," says economist James Heckman.
Here, too, Choir plays on words, by titling these images Faded Beauty; in doing SC), she reminds viewers that while our fashions change, our underlying standards of beauty--thinness, unblemished skin--are remarkably consistent.
Cut the flowering scapes of daylilies at the base after all flowers on a stalk have faded.
Faded fabrics will be permanently revived to a deep black and look as good as they did when you bought them.
The MGF of output SNR obtained above is in closed form rational expression form, exactly matches the expression of MGF of SNR given in [14] for Rayleigh faded envelope.