side echo

side echo

[′sīd ‚ek·ō]
(electromagnetism)
Echo due to a side lobe of an antenna.
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We have the same conclusion as Perry et al.14 that bed side echo guided BAS is life saving and less risky than conventional BAS done in cardiac catheterization laboratory, as location of catheter inside the heart can be identified accurately and helps in the assessment of defect size immediately.
The PBXMate is mainly used to remove ambient noise, keep audio level at a comfortable level, and perform server side echo cancellation.
Inside the house, Lautner replaced the living room wall facing the view with panels of insulated glass; angled panels on one side echo the diagonal theme.
* Server Side Echo canceller (AEC) - your voice will never be echoed back at you.
Michael Makuei, acting chief negotiator of South Sudan government to his side echoed Gai's remarks saying his government would remain committed to the implementation of the peace agreements.
The EU side echoed that approach, calling for more cooperation in various sectors, including green' growth or information and communication technologies and nanotechnology.
The flip side echoes the famous buffalo nickel made from 1913 to 1938.
The steely resolve about the way Arsenal went about the task of dismantling the Yorkshire side echoed those sentiments.
A carefully-planned extension to the side echoes the hipped roof design of the house adding flexible extra space.
Because the seafloor is very rugged along this mountainous ridge system and little or no sediment covers the fresh, young basaltic lava, reflections and side echoes tend to obscure the structure of the crust below the seafloor.
The arched window on the east side echoes the shape of the house's front door-- and gives the painter a look at who's coming.