signal wave

signal wave

[′sig·nəl ‚wāv]
(communications)
A wave whose characteristics permit some intelligence, message, or effect to be conveyed. Also known as signal.
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The differing impedance values cause part of the signal wave to be reflected to the source from the load.
In the calculations, the initial signal wave is assumed to be a Gaussian beam with phase uniformity, and [DELTA]k is set to zero because it primarily affects signal gain and conversion efficiency, which has been thoroughly discussed [22].
Therefore, the signal wave was closed in the OPO cavity and only output the idler wave.
The order of the window length is similar to the signal wave length of a single inspiration (or expiration).
The arrival sequence of debris cloud AE signal is related to the impact sequence of the particals and AE signal wave speed, decided the arrival time of the mixed wave, is closely related to the AE source location problem.
Here, we focus on the degenerate FWM, which typically involves two pump photons at frequency [[omega].sub.p] passing their energy to a signal wave at frequency [[omega].sub.s] and an idler wave at frequency [[omega].sub.i] as the relation 2[[omega].sub.p] = [[omega].sub.s] + [[omega].sub.i] holds.
The sever region represents an ideal attenuator and cuts off the propagation path of the signal wave without reflection which includes 3 periods.
The SWS (Signal Wave System) is designed to give worthwhile savings on runs as short as ten metres and a typical standard WR75 40M run would have a loss of approximately 5.6dB where an equivalent SWS run will reduce this to only 1.6dB, a 4dB saving.
Anytime paddles did not think the approach should continue, he would signal wave off.
The bioengineers found that the shape of the signal wave had a specific characteristic.
Multi channel reverse afferentation from achieved results may be represented as a signal wave (Figure 4).

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