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roll-off

[′rōl ‚ȯf]
(electronics)
Gradually increasing loss or attenuation with increase or decrease of frequency beyond the substantially flat portion of the amplitude-frequency response characteristic of a system or transducer.
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The Central Government has decided to relax cabotage for special vessels such as Roll-On Roll-Off (Ro-Ro), Hybrid Roll-On Roll-Off (Hybrid Ro-Ro), Roll-On Roll-Off cum Passenger (Ro-Pax), Pure Car Carriers, Pure Car and Truck Carriers, LNG vessels and Over-Dimensional cargo or Project Cargo Carriers for a period of five years.
Allen Services, a local property maintenance team, is now offering free, no-obligation estimates on roll-off dumpster rentals.
While attracting across-the-scale street traffic has been a key strategy for the company, Castriota now also manages a growing fleet of trucks and roll-off containers.
American Roll-Off manufactures single-axle, tandem-axle and tri-axle rolloff hoists for containers from 10 to 26 feet.
Members of the aviation unit loaded the aircraft onto the roll-on, roll-off barge, Dynamica.
Pre-compensation can be turned off when receivers are used that compensate for the high-frequency roll-off of the cable and backplane.
is a manufacturer of roll-off trailers used in the scrap metal industry.
Machine induced errors include amplitude roll-off with frequency, amplitude scaling and phase delay errors in the transducer conditioners and data acquisition devices and servo-loop non-linearities.
Tenders are invited for Roll-Off Collection Vehicles
The Norbank, a roll-on, roll-off vessel operated by P&O |