microwatt


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microwatt

[′mī·krə‚wät]
(mechanics)
A unit of power equal to one-millionth of a watt. Abbreviated μW.
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Thus, even a 1 megabit channel would require less than 1 microwatt.
The FCC standard for radio frequency transmissions from base stations is 580 microwatts per square centimeter for a base station operating at a frequency of 800 to 900 MHz.
Lutron's Intelligent Fluorescent Lighting Management System, microWATT features microprocessor-based design and internal programmed logic.
The researchers said that by producing nearly 1 microwatt in power, this saliva-powered, micro-sized MFC already generates enough power to be directly used as an energy harvester in microelectronic applications.
The smallest, most efficient laser yet, a nanoscale device that consumes just I microwatt of power, could one day be a component of faster computers.
At that the optimal frequency, a millimetre-radius coil is capable of harvesting more than 50 microwatts of power, well in excess of the needs of a recently demonstrated eight-microwatt pacemaker.
It measures both average power and the time structure of the power in modulation form over a range from 1 microwatt to 90 milliwatts (647 nm).
The sleep mode involves not only powering down the microcontroller to microwatt levels (a standard feature of the microcontroller), but also turning off a significant portion of the internal circuitry (including drive to the sampler).
One cockroach produces one-tenth of a microwatt at 0.
Standby power requirements for ICs such as real-time clocks (RTCs), static random access memories (SRAMs) and microcontrollers (MCUs) are now below a microWatt as newer, lower-power products are introduced.
In charge-coupled devices, commonly used in videocameras, even 1 microwatt of energy distorted the video signal.
At that the optimal frequency, a millimeter-radius coil is capable of harvesting more than 50 microwatts of power, well in excess of the needs of a recently demonstrated eight-microwatt pacemaker.