transmission gain

transmission gain

[tranz′mish·ən ‚gān]
(electronics)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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So antenna array beamforming provides directional transmission gain and fast beam switching mechanism, which can overcome the high path loss problem and blockage problem.
The directional transmission gain from the beamforming technology can offset the serious path loss, at the same time cooperative technology is adopted for 60GHz WPAN system to overcome the link blockage problem.
The directional transmission gain from the beamforming technology can make up the path loss, at the same time using cooperative technology of 60GHz WPAN system to overcome link blockage.
In such scenario, the transmitter cooperation can not only mitigate the interference but also improve the useful signal transmission gain.
Main features of TransferJet include simple interface and intuitive operation; realizing stable high-speed data transmission; and the "TransferJet Coupler," which maintains high transmission gain and coupling in near-field proximity, while providing sharp attenuation over longer distances to avoid interference with other wireless systems.
It maintains high transmission gain and efficient coupling in near-field proximity, while providing sharp attenuation over longer distances to avoid interference with other wireless systems.
For example, the direct transmission gains (the convective and long-wave radiative heat flux from the innermost pane to the indoor environment) and the thermal gains (the convective heat transfer from the glazing and blind surfaces to the channel air) depend on the slat angle, spacings, slat material (thermophysical and radiative) properties, and airflow characteristics.
Thus, surface temperatures inside the ventilated window will remain lower, and result in lower overall transmission gains during the summer.
In other words, the mechanically ventilated BIPV/T system can reduce the direct thermal transmission losses of a window and even produce direct transmission gains. The ventilated air enthalpy change is due to the absorbed fluxes of solar radiation, and to a lesser extent, due to the recovery of a portion of transmission losses or gains.
The transmission gains more computer controls for even smoother shifting and its brakes are improved for more secure stopping.

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