low level


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low level

[′lō ‚lev·əl]
(electronics)
The less positive of the two logic levels or states in a digital logic system.
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In his words, the low level of the second largest river in Europe is caused by the untypically low precipitation in the Danube basin this year.
To further reduce disturbance no other units will be carrying out low level training within Wales.
It is believed that the central bank would keep its benchmark rate at a record low level of 0.
In this study, the participants showed low level of science achievement.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Low Level Laser Therapy as safe for cosmetic use to make hair thicker and healthier.
The diagnosis was confirmed by a low level ([less than]50% of normal) of C1 esterase inhibitor.
We're talking about an extremely low level of inflammation--so low that the person has no symptoms and isn't sick.
As early as 1993, an investigation by the Senate Banking Committee had challenged such assertions, suggesting that the United States' own actions may have exposed its troops to low levels of chemical weapons when allied forces bombed Iraqi munitions facilities during the war and detonated Iraqi weapons immediately afterward.
NASDAQ: WSTNA) (WESTONR) a five-year contract, valued at $3 million, to provide DER with technical and consulting support in overseeing low level radioactive waste disposal site development activities in Pennsylvania, it was announced today.
Traditional Class D and digital amplifiers typically have a spectral noise floor between 100-105 dBFS, making it impossible to discern low level audio from the noise.
The rate of defaults now are at an unnaturally low level.
And we do have data from comparable types of low level radiation exposure.