signal area


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signal area

[′sig·nəl ‚er·ē·ə]
(navigation)
That part of an airport used for the display of visual ground signals for the benefit of aircraft in flight.
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The calibration signal area is 168.0 [+ or -] 1.2 ADC bins and 132.9 [+ or -] 1.6 ADC bins for T1 and T2, respectively (the PE signal is summed within the window, so the unit of ADC bin is still used).
Winners must live in a HD signal area to be eligible for this prize.
The zBoost will increase your signal from one to five of prime signal area. enough to cover two or three rooms on two different floors.
Anytime multiple wireless solutions share a common signal area and frequency, the interference from a shared channel causes one or both solutions to fail.
On the edge of the signal area, HD radios can default back to analog mode to boost reception.
The skills and knowledge required of this functional area came from merging two former Signal Area of Concentration 25 specialties -25D, CE Engineering, and 25E, Telecommunications and Networking.
Day also carries a charged cell phone in a waterproof Ziploc bag which, even in a weak signal area, can continuously send an emergency text message.
The geographic requirement stipulated that the closest point in the significant ambulatory-care signal area and the centroid of the outbreak ZIP code area be within 5 km of each other.
After the wireless network is set up and security measures implemented, the IT administrator should test the signal area, including exterior locations, such as nearby parking lots, to look for potential weaknesses.
I THINK the engineers from the BBC Switchover Help Scheme were wrong to tell Allan Jones (Letters, Sept 24) that Coventry is in a weak digital signal area.