radiating power

radiating power

[′rād·ē‚ād·iŋ ′pau̇·ər]
(thermodynamics)
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It said: "It shows young Victoria radiating power and poise, leading the lion, a representation of the British Empire."
The radiating power of the one-port ASP radiating load is set as [P.sub.N], and the radiating power of element n is calculated as
By testing the 7.5 % emulsified fuel the radiated power [I.sub.v] = f([tau]) of volatile matters is a little smaller and the radiating power Ec of cenosphere is much reduced.
Thus it is necessary to define the analytical dependence of a ten-element model plate level dip with its free space radiating power H (Prn).
The radiating power is uniquely determined by the coupling coefficients in Equation 3.
Subjectively, both were quite pleasing, and should be so even to the fussiest of audiophiles, particularly those with systems of sufficient radiating power and wallopsome wattage to project a big, powerful sound.
And the radiating power ratio and impedance matching of each element must be adjusted accordingly.
Overall, the system has been designed to minimise its visibility to hostile electronic support systems, with proofing measures including a low radiating power value, CW functionality and state-of-the-art processing.
This is achieved using different radiating powers and different antenna.