wave interference


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wave interference

[′wāv ‚in·tər′fir·əns]
(analytical chemistry)
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These dimensions have been adjusted and optimized by using a new wave interference technique to reject the WiMAX and WLAN bands at a high attenuation level during stopband tuning.
Through the indoor experiment, we confirmed sound wave interference phenomenon in the overlapping section of the dual sonar operation and verified that sonar data resolution depends on the distance between water depth and structure and angle of towfish.
The effect of wave interference can be understood by plotting the spectral properties such as reflectance or transmittance of a thin dielectric film versus the film thickness and analyzing the oscillations of properties due to constructive and destructive interferences.
The dense book assesses the benefits and limitations of the wave interference model for describing signal fading phenomena over space and time, validates space-time statistical models for resolved high frequency signal modes received over several minutes, describes a high frequency channel simulator, and measures the performance of adaptive beamforming schemes.
Digital circuits have a noise margin which can help to avoid small continuous wave interference (CWI); transient interference may be the main problem.
The basis of electronic ambient noise cancellation is destructive wave interference between the unwanted noise signal and a "cancellation" signal that is created to be equal in magnitude to the noise signal and opposite in phase to it.