power ratio

power ratio

[′pau̇·ər ‚rā·shō]
(electromagnetism)
The ratio of the maximum power to the minimum power in a waveguide that is improperly terminated.
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Therefore, for those looking in terms of these SUVs the Trofeo is a good choice since it is cheaper, it offers an exceptional weight to power ratio and it holds the famous Ferrari V-8.
The benefits of OFDM systems are not for free; they come at the cost of a loss of energy efficiency due to the distribution of finite power to multicarrier signals, an increased sensitivity to frequency offset and Doppler shift as well as transmission nonlinearity caused by the non-constant power ratio of OFDM signals.
This new traveling wave tube amplifier (TWTA) offers 150-Watts of more power than the classic 500W Ka-Band amplifier and features 215W of linear power at -19 dB Noise Power Ratio (NPR) across the 27.5 to 30 GHz frequency range.
"Such a heat power ratio will significantly improve the potential for commercial success and possible diversification in multiple other applications."
The macroeconomic factors such as growing trend for the scented and designer candles, per capita income and increasing spending power ratio facilitate the market to gain traction in the forecast period.
A dry weight of just 1,525 kg and a weight-to power ratio of 1.98kg/hp translates to volcanic performance figures of 0-62mph in just 2.8 seconds and top speed of 217mph.
The new Toyota hypercar will make about 1000 bhp and should have a 1000 kg kerb weight to provide a 1:1 power ratio. It will be powered by the same V6 power unit that was present in the TS050 race car, but with a slightly lower state of tune.
(2005), the ideal mass/ power ratio for heavy agricultural operations, i.e., operations that require greater traction force should be approximately 60kg [kW.sup.-1].
The combinations of the varactor capacitances used give a large number of operational conditions, for which parameters such as the overall loss, the overall matching on all three ports, and the output power ratio K = [P.sub.2] : [P.sub.3] need to be controlled.
The woman, as the object, standing in front of the catcallers represents the reversed power ratio.
[2.] Tao Dae-Woon Lim, Seok-Joong Heo, and Jong-Seon No, "An Overview of Peak-to-Average Power Ratio Reduction Schemes for OFDM Signals", journal of communications and networks, vol.
We will analyze power ratio of these two ion currents ([Na.sup.+] power over [K.sup.+] power) and the change over time of power percentage over total power (ion power over total power).

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