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polarized

A one-way direction of a signal or the molecules within a material pointing in one direction. See 3D glasses.
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Pan, "Design of broadband circularly polarized square slot antenna with a compact size," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol.
The detailed dimensions of the proposed circularly polarized antenna are listed in Table 1.
The Lacey features a cotton candy-colored frame matched with coral pink or polarized bronze lenses.
Besides high-quality polarized sunglasses, HaberVision makes polarized anti-fog ski goggles and the patented Eliminator Fan.
In such studies, linearly polarized coherent waves are detected in coda waves by principal component analysis of the spectral matrix.
The -850mVcse polarized potential criterion was inserted into the standard because, unlike the -850mVcse current-applied criterion, it was solidly anchored in the fundamental science and because the term "consideration" in the current-applied criterion was vague and non-specific.
According to the experts, polarized lenses are currently the only guarantee in the prevention of cataracts, and if you can prevent the visible aging process while you are at it, why not?
-- Well known for its reading glasses, Select-A-Vision has introduced a number of new additions to its sunglass collection, the latest being its Coppertone Sport Polarized sunglass line launched last month at this year's National Association of Chain Drug Stores Marketplace Conference.
* The availability of 2 models; the high-precision background suppression unit and a long-range polarized retro-reflective offering.
The need for polarized light in many display and illumination applications has always been satisfied by using filters that significantly reduce the optical output of the system involved.
To prevent shocks from the metal parts of a light, lamp cords and two-wire extension cords are always polarized. This means the plug has a small blade for the hot wire and a wide blade for the neutral wire, and the wires feeding those blades should not be reversed when you put a new plug on.
Whereas it is imperative to study the characteristics of polarized treated films in detail, few studies dealing with thermal poling and corona charging treatments of PVDF have been presented.

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