microwave frequency

microwave frequency

[′mī·krə‚wāv ‚frē·kwən·sē]
(physics)
A frequency on the order of 109-1011 hertz.
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Magnetrons turn out EMF with a microwave frequency about 2,450 megahertz.
In this book, author Errikos Lourandakis presents readers with a comprehensive resource on all aspects of on-wafer passive device characterization in the microwave frequency range up to sixty GHz.
Sami bin Khalaf al-Kalbani said in a statement to Shabibah Daily that the idea of aACAiaACAithe project is to design and plan communications link in the microwave frequency range in the Sultanate by using (MIMO) technology and therefore this link is capable of sending a data transmission speed of up to 1 gigabit per second, using one frequency only.
It is generally referred to as compound III-V semiconductor and is used in devices such as microwave frequency ICs, monolithic microwave ICs, solar cells, infrared light-emitting diodes, laser diodes, and optical windows.
Spectroscopy in the microwave frequency range enables heretofore unrealizable measurements on conducting substrates, such as the rotational spectroscopy of a single adsorbed molecule.
The combination of E-Band and traditional microwave frequency spectrum is one of the good directions," said Khalid Murshed, CTO of Etisalat Misr.
Spectroscopy in the microwave frequency range enables unrealizable measurements on conducting substrates, such as the rotational spectroscopy of a single adsorbed molecule.
This selection of log video amplifiers which cover multi-octave microwave frequency bands can support applications which require processing and tracking of widely varying signals into a usable state that's precise and accurate," says Tim Galla, Active RF Components Product Manager at Pasternack.
Among specific topics are the complex permittivity of soils in western Rajasthan at microwave frequency, Compton scattering and electronic properties of tungsten ditelluride, structural and electrical conductivity studies in nickel ferrite nanoparticles, and the temperature dependent elastic moduli of liquid potassium.

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