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waveband

(wayv -band) (band) A region of the electromagnetic spectrum lying between frequency (or wavelength) limits that are defined according to some property of the radiation, or some requirement or functional aspect of a detecting device or system or transmission channel.
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In the most general case, [T.sub.intra] (s, d) partially fill all the capacity of a whole waveband. So, allow waveband adds and drops at MEN nodes to fill the wavebands pass the nodes in the ring.
This new finding that shorter wavebands of blue light showed higher growth stimulation in green perilla is significant as all previous reports on
This band is similar to the real solar light spectrum band at red (625-675 nm) waveband. On the other hand, blue and green cladding materials are not transmitted at red (625-675 nm) waveband (Figure 2).
The changes in canopy reflectance were also similar in irrigated and dry land, canopy reflectance formed an obvious reflection peaks at a waveband (510-680nm), but with the grain filling stage progressed, the reflection peaks gradually became unobvious, and disappeared at maturity.
Furthermore, the team concluded that approximately 80 percent of the sources of the cosmic background radiation within the millimeter/submillimeter wavebands are more "normal galaxies" like those detected by ALMA this time.
The Government-backed scheme means that more TV channels can be crammed into the same wavebands previously used for just a few analogue channels.
"We always knew that with all-sky coverage in nine wavebands we would make unexpected discoveries," said Professor Peter Ade from the university's School of Physics and Astronomy.
The image projector puts out three wavebands of ultraviolet or dark visible light to excite red, green, and blue (RGB), respectively.
There is nothing on Radio Merseyside that cannot be provided by a local commercial station which has two wavebands that can cater for young and old listeners.
According to Henry Shabat, CEO of Aerophone, the system supports all wavebands and requires neither the prior written registration of the passengers nor a particular billing system.