low-loss

low-loss

[′lō ¦lȯs]
(electricity)
Having a small dissipation of electric or electromagnetic power.
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KE announced on Thursday that its commitment to convert high-loss areas to low-loss and load-shed free areas was on track.
These affordable, low-loss materials have been developed to meet the performance requirements of antenna designs for current 4G and emerging 5G wireless systems.
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TELECOMWORLDWIRE-March 25, 2011-Luso introduces low-loss alternative to standard WR75 and WR62 for cross-site runs(C)1994-2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
5 cable assemblies, new additions to its line of low-loss RF coaxial cables.
The new low-loss chokes meet the requirement for solar power inverters.
A new "accordion-type" UCN storage system with low-loss "low temperature Fomblin" coating is proposed.
008, and low-loss materials, with dissipation factors on the order of 0.
It consists of PC board-mounted interposers/headers and low-loss coaxial assemblies.
OFS, designer, manufacturer and supplier of leading edge fiber optic products today announced that its low-loss Access ADVANTAGE System supports voice, data, today's analog video, and advanced digital video over 20km Passive Optical Networks (PONs) in all popular configurations, including single fiber networks that place 1:32 splitters close to subscribers.
Microchip's Smallest RF Front-End Module Features Integrated Power Amp, Low-Noise Receiver Amp and Low-Loss Antenna Switch for WLAN IEEE 802.
007) - Low-Loss High Tg material available with all copper styles, including HVLP.