higher mode

higher mode

[′hī·ər ‚mōd]
(electromagnetism)
A waveguide mode whose frequency is higher than the lowest one.
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As a result of this patented higher mode suppression, selected RADIAFLEX cables have no stop band from 698-2700 MHz.
In the novel, the hero named Larry embraces a higher mode of living, which is shreya.
The corresponding natural frequencies in the second higher mode have been illustrated in Table 3.
The capacity provided by the lower mode will operate the entire time step, while the higher mode will operated as needed to fulfill the cooling load.
This is probably because the upper branch gets closer to the nearest-neighbor higher mode, which is called the second TM mode (open circles), and loses the oscillator strength; in fact, it is verified in Figure 2(a) that the absorption peak of the second mode at 0.
Again at the two shortest rise-times, there is evidence in the CWT results of a higher mode ([A.
It can be used as a method for determining the capacity of a bridge structure neglecting the higher mode effects.
0] mode of Rayleigh waves is shown, as mentioned above, and also for the first higher mode of Love waves [L.
The width of the side wall hybrid is narrower than double the waveguide in order to provide higher mode ([TE.
2] and divergence for two different laser sources: a single frequency HeNe laser and a higher mode diode pumped ND:YVO4 laser.
With this component at hand, we are truly moving towards a higher mode of communications.

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