higher mode

higher mode

[′hī·ər ‚mōd]
(electromagnetism)
A waveguide mode whose frequency is higher than the lowest one.
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"The mutual visits of senior officials in the two countries during the last period came in a higher mode as the current conditions, witnessed in both countries, require intensified efforts," Turk-Abadi said in a press conference held in Damascus on the 40 th anniversary of the victory of the Islamic revolution in Iran.
In this work, the antenna is optimized at the first order higher mode to increase the directivity since the antenna supports higher directivity at the off-broadside directions and not at the broadside as required.
Caption: Figure 2: The propagation constant curves of rectangular waveguide and T-shaped waveguide versus frequency in dominant mode and second higher mode versus (a) [b.sub.1], (b) [a.sub.1] and (c) [a.sub.2].
Different damping ratios were considered during analysis: [xi] = 15% for the three lower mode shapes that are dominated by the isolation system; [xi] = 5% for the higher mode shapes that are dominated by the superstructure.
These show that tube is more effective in reducing higher mode waves, and obtain better damping effects from surface absorber like clay.
The necessarily simplistic phrase structure and potpourri-like form as embodiment of the Austrian folk tradition also disqualified waltz music from being suitable for a higher mode of aesthetic contemplation.
In the novel, the hero named Larry embraces a higher mode of living, which is shreya.
A rope was attached to the cable at 10 m from the anchorage and was manually pulled down, initially at the estimated frequency of the fundamental mode or of a higher mode.
A problem for pushover analysis is that the higher mode effects of building structures cannot be considered in the procedure [8].
The difference between the impedance characteristics of Ant.2 and Ant.1 is that the third resonant mode of Ant.2 is shifted to a higher mode (about 4 GHz) which leads to a wider bandwidth with the use of the hollow cylinder.
The corresponding natural frequencies in the second higher mode have been illustrated in Table 3.

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