fringe area


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fringe area

[′frinj ‚er·ē·ə]
(communications)
An area just beyond the limits of the reliable service area of a television or radio transmitter, in which signals are weak and erratic.
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The span of the UHI expanded outward from the city core to the fringe areas as the main urban area grew.
The coverage is 96.8% when the signal strength is higher than -85dBm, which is the target signal strength of the fringe area. This numerical value satisfies all the creteria in Table 2 with two TETRA antennas and can eliminate the fringe areas and dead spots in the working areas.
Millie Liang specializes in Commercial property sales and leasing in Auckland's CBD and fringe areas and is part of Bayleys Real Estate Ltd, NZ's largest full service real estate agency.
Hanger recommended sticking to the fringe area instead of the big woods farther north.
The study site in the urban fringe area was characterised by high levels of public housing.
Secure hair from the fringe area in two large Velcro rollers on top of the head rolling away from the face.
The rise of hobby farms, the subdivision of rural lots for estate housing, the affordability and increased accessibility of land for housing and industry fuelled the rural-to-urban land conversion in this fringe area. [29] Yet London's annexation desires did not seriously threatened the frontline townships.
So if there is solitude, violence, abandonment or fear in Leveque's work, it is rather on the edges of his work, outside of it: in the fringe area between the real and the work.
A pattern of decentralization of residential land is suggested in this fringe area: with the exception of a relatively small number of properties that are near a large town, distance from nearby towns does not have a significant effect on the probability that land is in residential use.
It will be used to look at two communities in Nepal, a recently-settled urban fringe area and a more remote but well-established rural community, in order to determine the extent of local understanding of earthquake and landslide hazard.
The AirCard 595U modem also features an internal, removable battery to ensure there is always enough power support to handle peak or fringe area transmission requirements.
First, Beverly chopped up the crown, making soft layers using a razor, leaving the fringe area long with a diagonal side parting to allow the hair to flop over one side.