receiving area

receiving area

[ri′sēv·iŋ ‚er·ē·ə]
(electromagnetism)
The factor by which the power density must be multiplied to obtain the received power of an antenna, equal to the gain of the antenna times the square of the wavelength divided by 4π.
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"On Monday, June 17, in the receiving area of the Office of the Agriculture Secretary, I met with F/B GEM-VER boat owner Arlinda dela Torre and the cook, Richard Blaza, to hear their story on the maritime incident in the Recto Bank and ask them how the Department of Agriculture could help," the Facebook post read.
Workers can move freely in the receiving area and easily adjust the work volume, the company says.
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Under DA's High-Value Crops Development Program, the roasting facility is equipped with a receiving area, sorting area, roasting area and dehulling area.
Through use of centrifugal force on the weight in association with a rotational motion of the wheel, the protrusion is deformed to change its wind pressure receiving area for bringing rotational speed of the wheel ahead of the touchdown close to a rotating speed of the wheel that is consistent with a flying speed of the aircraft making the touchdown.
The building also offers a refrigerated package receiving area, bike storage and individual storage rooms as well as a common roof deck.
The new facility includes two temperature-controlled chambers, totaling 10,000 square feet, plus a 1,000-squarefoot ambient-temperature receiving area. These areas are designed to handle pharmaceutical, biotech or medical products, and the new Chicago facility is one of eight certified Life Sciences Stations that DHL has completed in the U.S.
Under an agreement with MassDEP, Harvey Recycling of Fitchburg must pay the penalty, staff its C&D waste receiving area with an asbestos inspector as required by its permit, and provide MassDEP with a list of certified inspectors it has retained for that purpose.
After the analysis, it was determined that the current barcode label would be used and RFID technology would be integrated into their existing system in the receiving area. RFID technology would then be utilized for both inventory and chemical disposal.
Glacier Skywalk includes a receiving area and an interpretive walkway (Discovery Trail) that has stations highlighting the ecology, geology, glaciology and evolutionary history of the area.