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radiate

1. (of a capitulum) consisting of ray florets
2. (of animals or their parts) showing radial symmetry
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In Section 3, the investigative study results for the radiated electromagnetic noise propagation in the automobile test system is discussed.
Through these tests, we found that we could evaluate the fundamental frequency of WPT's radiated emissions at an open area test site.
Predictions of both simulated data and real ship radiated noise data are made using BP and RBF network.
The higher the inductance added to the return path, the more high-frequency energy gets radiated.
in thermal vacuum (TV) chamber and evaluating their implementation in real facilities: - Mode stirring radiated susceptibility (RS) tests (using the thermal-vacuum chamber as a reverberation chamber) to allow testing the radiated immunity of payload instruments cold detection chains at frequencies higher than 1 GHz; -Antenna Measurement (AM) techniques/systems for characterizing antennas at S/C level in a TV chamber (efficiency and antenna pattern) accounting for heat distribution and thermo-elastic effects.
As a practical application, the proposed technique is extended to determine radiated emission from a driver PCB in a TFT-LCD panel and to predict the improved radiated emission obtained by adding a shielding foil.
Cable attached on a PCB is a well-known source of unintentional radiated emissions due to its large dimension relative to the PCB [1].
On the other hand, semi-empirical approaches to compute the radiated field of a radiating cable in indoor environments are reported by M.
Are radiated emissions levels a possible personnel RF hazard?
Patent-pending packaging technology is asserted to provide low radiated EMI, and the modules' efficient heat dissipation and large exposed-bottom pad allows for operation in high-ambient temperatures without the need for airflow.
Though Guo cannot yet make a simple bulb shine pure blue, for instance, he can change the overall radiated spectrum so that the tungsten, which normally radiates a yellowish light, could radiate a more purely white light.
The increase in the concentration of greenhouse gases in the troposphere (up to five miles above sea level) results in less heat reaching the stratosphere, so more of the heat radiated by the Earth is reflected back, instead of escaping to warm the stratosphere.