low-loss

low-loss

[′lō ¦lȯs]
(electricity)
Having a small dissipation of electric or electromagnetic power.
References in periodicals archive ?
Caption: FIGURE 3, Narrowed list of materials, including materials withTg from 170[degrees]-200[degrees]C, with self-reported Df values in the low-loss range at 10GHz.
KE announced on Thursday that its commitment to convert high-loss areas to low-loss and load-shed free areas was on track.
* A receiver low-noise amplifier with bypass and a low-loss.
PN: He explained that the Powerstar HV MAX is a super low-loss HV transformer with an amorphous metal core.
Marti, "Low-loss single-layer metamaterial with negative index of refraction at visible wavelengths," Optics Express, Vol.
Bridgestone Key statement: The present invention provides a modified diene robber which can be produced economically and improve low-loss properties and wear resistance of a robber composition made therefrom, as compared with the conventional modified diene robber.
The resonant methods [2] are more accurate, but they require elaborate sample preparation, and can be applied to medium- and low-loss materials at narrow frequency band.
The tests demonstrated the good beam quality of the lasers used and the precise and low-loss merging of the individual beams.
Owing to the use of a low-loss conductive material for the resonator, the product also features high Q values.
NORWOOD, MA - A new low-loss flip-chip package is said to provide an efficient, cost-effective chip-scale solution for power devices.
He will help facilitate the credit union's indirect lending activities, ensure a high-quality and low-loss indirect loan portfolio and oversee auto dealer networks, the credit union said.