millimetric wave


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millimetric wave

[¦mil·ə¦me·trik ′wāv]
(electromagnetism)
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Siklu's solutions meet mobile operators' dual demands - high throughput at a low cost - through an innovative redesign of the millimetric wave radio system.
Nevertheless, millimetric wave sensors are bound to take their share here, though in my opinion won't replace [infrared].
The bomb carries 21 shaped-charge/fragmentation bomblets in its cylindrical body and is fitted with a millimetric wave seeker head.
A few examples of 'game-changing' or 'disruptive' technologies that Indian scientists should be pursuing are: additive printing (3-D printing) to transform military logistics; autonomous or unmanned combat systems using robotics, artificial intelligence and wireless networks; directed energy weapons using millimetric waves that have huge offensive and defensive capabilities; advanced cyber warfare techniques and nano-technology that will permit tiny military devices with enormous capabilities.
Alder, "A sensor for the detection and measurement of thin dielectric layers using reflection of frequency scanned millimetric waves," Meas.