shadow effect

shadow effect

[′shad·ō i‚fekt]
(communications)
Reduction in the strength of an ultra-high-frequency signal caused by some object (such as a mountain or a tall building) between the points of transmission and reception.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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He noted that the action of the protesters could have an over shadow effect on the country that may affect everyone.
Originating in India, a shadow effect is produced by hand stitching a design on the wrong side of a semitransparent fabric in a closed herringbone or satin stitch (A).
Psychologists, starting with Carl Jung, also refer to the pain body as the 'shadow.' Deepak Chopra, Debbie Ford and Marianne Williamson, in their book 'The Shadow Effect,' explain that the shadow lives in all of us and yet we spend most of our life running from it.
Table 1 summarizes the result of testing data of human, carried and uncarried baggage with different texture pattern under normal situation, different illumination, occlusion of human portions, shadow effect, object rotation and the situation when multiple pieces of baggage were carried.
While the shadow effect of dark fabric is effective, hunters can further conceal themselves by wearing dark clothing.
It incorporates gamification features that allow consumers to change the orientation of their house as well as the slope of their rooftop and the obstacles in the vicinity that may cause a shadow effect. By enabling the user to virtually control every aspect possible, the tool provides an accurate recommendation for a personalised Solar PV system," added Arpit Verma, AVP - Marketing and Product.
Shadow effect on the temperatures of the air, water and layers of diesel (shadow from 11:37 till 11:41) 15 pav.
In the example below, as the viewing angle changes, the figures either move or produces a shadow effect or some other characteristics such as colour--in this case a blue background.
Calculations and laboratory experiments had shown that this shadow effect was well simulated by a structure of randomly oriented fibers ...
Another highlight and world premiere was demonstrated by the Staubli product brand Schonherr carpet systems: Magic Shadow Effect (patent pending) for weaving single-colour carpets featuring astounding designs.
It is subjected to interruptions due to shadow effect between transmitter and receiver.
Nevertheless, the similarity in the assessment results of shadow effect and recession plane impact suggests that the lack of shadow analysis data was not an undue burden on participants' ability to assess the usefulness.