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nearfield

The closest distance from a source to its destination. The term generally refers to wireless communications as well as studio monitors (speakers) designed for close listening. Contrast with "farfield," the farthest distance and "midfield;" in between. See NFC and electroceutical.
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The transitional combustion is established primarily in the nearfield zone for varying separation distance and configurations.
In most of these applications, the target source is located in the nearfield range.
Nepa, "Design of a nearfield focused reflectarray antenna for 2.4 GHz RFID reader applications," IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, Vol.
The observation depth range extends from 3 to 115 m (with a blanking zone [a data exclusion zone to eliminate the nearfield effect of the transducer; Simmonds and MacLennan, 2005] from 0 to 3 m depth) and is composed of 10 homogeneous layers, each with a resolution of 11.2 m (Fig.
Mobile marketing, nearfield communication and marketing automation have become huge game changers that can greatly impact one's return on investment.
Since the Chilean Tsunami is a trans-Pacific distant tsunami, the incident tsunami is considered to be more uniform than other nearfield tsunamis.
Neumann GmbH has introduced its KH 120 D nearfield studio monitor in the Middle East.
Nearfield Systems provises high precision antenna measurement solutions and products.
Arturo Mediano will present a paper titled "NearField Scanner Demonstrations for RF/ MW Engineers" on behalf of EMSCAN.