milliwatt


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milliwatt

[′mil·ə‚wät]
(mechanics)
A unit of power equal to one-thousandth of a watt. Abbreviated mW.

milliwatt

One thousandth of a watt. See watt and dBm.
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One way to measure performance-power efficiency is to take the computational performance (measured as triangles per second or TPS), and divide by the power consumption of the 3D solution (measured in milliwatts).
To transmit at further distances using LightSpeed requires cranking up the power to only a couple of milliwatts.
To put that in context, regions in the United States without volcanic activity have a heat flux from Earth's mantle of 40 to 60 milliwatts, and Yellowstone National Park has, on average, about 200 milliwatts per square meter of heat under its surface.
The optical output of this highly efficient emitter is 720 milliwatts (mW) at a current of 1 amp, with a radiant intensity of 1,000 milliwatts per steradian (mW/sr).
They also determined the effects that: three different sources of commercial nanoparticles; three bacterial cell wash conditions; different mixture volumes--10, 20, and 30 ml; and different intensities of ultraviolet A light--1 and 2 milliwatts (mW) per [cm.sup.2] per second--would have on bactericidal activity.
The company's products are key building blocks in the clean- power ecosystem, enabling the generation of renewable energy as well as the efficient transmission and consumption of power in applications ranging from milliwatts to megawatts.
The researchers say that the camera's vision algorithm has an energy efficiency of 20 milliwatts on average, allowing it to be used for 24 hours without interruption.
When in sleep mode, it requires less than 2 milliwatts, allowing reliable operation over a period of several years.
The power requirement in the sleep mode is below 2 milliwatts (mW), allowing reliable operation over a period of several years.
The bq25570 is the first device of its kind to implement a highly efficient boost charger with a nano-powered buck converter to efficiently acquire and manage the microwatts to milliwatts of power generated from a variety of DC sources like photovoltaic (solar) or thermal electric generators.
To minimize any risk of damage, paint signatures from both Hurdy Gurdy and Autumn Harbour were obtained using a laser power of less than 0.5 milliwatts on areas of blue and white paint.
The chip contains 5.4 billion transistors, yet draws just 70 milliwatts of power.