true amplitude

true amplitude

[′trü ′am·plə‚tüd]
(navigation)
In celestial navigation, amplitude relative to true east or true west.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
These results included true amplitude deghosted gathers, suitable for AVO analysis.
The key objective is to ensure that the true amplitude of the educational rights enshrined in Article 30(1) of the Constitution is made available to the members of the notified religious minority communities.
The Q derived from a SAWDL device time delay measurement is not the true amplitude response Q of the SAW device, but rather, the Q that an RLC filter would have if it had the same time delay at resonance as was measured on the SAWDL device.
Harris who first introduced the oil & gas industry to true amplitude and broad bandpass recording in the late 1960s over the violent objection of his superiors and at the time, most of his industry peers.
The displayed signal level drops significantly, so that the true amplitude cannot be measured.
TIKIM has the advantage of being true amplitude and therefore 'AVO-friendly' and allows the interpretation and computation of seismic attributes to be performed in fully migrated space.