instantaneous effects

instantaneous effects

[¦in·stən¦tā·nē·əs i′feks]
(communications)
Impairment of telephone or telegraph transmission caused by instantaneous changes in phase or amplitude of the wave in a transmission line.
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Perhaps there was something in that sound more than the mere fact of the strong vibration that produced the instantaneous effect on the frame of the prostrate man, and for the time completely shook off the obstruction of paralysis.
The touch had its instantaneous effect. He let them fall, turned a smiling face upon her, and said, as he broke into a good-humoured laugh, 'Ay, Rachael, lass, awlus a muddle.
"One treatment alone is like using a whole pot of expensive cream, but with instantaneous effects.
We are reminded of seemingly eternal continental drift, of the more recent (and in geological terms, almost instantaneous) climate and sea-level change, of the sporadic vagaries of tectonically unstable crusts, of the often truly instantaneous effects of large magnitude events, and, most importantly, the biological effects of these.
But in the time resolution diurnal, sub-diurnal and instantaneous effects are very difficult to be monitored from space.
For example, smoking Salvia can lead to strong, instantaneous effects, whereas chewing it or drinking tea can lead to longer lasting, but milder, reactions.
When A is higher, the instantaneous effects upon the size of the manufacturing sector can be obtained by differentiating the optimal labor allocation condition, taking [P.sub.*] and [M.sub.t] as given,
An instantaneous effect of such a change, via the comparative advantage effect, is to drop manufacturing size from Point L to Point N.
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