line of sight

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line of sight

n. pl. lines of sight
1. An imaginary line from the eye to a perceived object.
2. An unobstructed path between sending and receiving antennas.

line of sight

n
1. the straight line along which an observer looks or a beam of radiation travels
2. (Medicine) ophthalmol another term for line of vision

line′ of sight′


n.
1. an imaginary straight line running through aligned sights, as of a firearm.
2. an imaginary straight line that connects the center of the eye with the point focused on.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.line of sight - an imaginary straight line along which an observer looks
line - a spatial location defined by a real or imaginary unidimensional extent
Translations
ligne de mire

line of sight

line of vision nvisuale f
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XGbps user experience can be maintained within the 1 km radius when the line-of-sight propagation is not blocked.
When the transmitter antenna is mounted on the roof, the RSS is smoother than the ones of "S" and "F" cases because of the increasing line-of-sight propagation components between the transmitter and the receiver antennas.
The military's Single-Channel Ground-Air Radio System very high frequency frequency modulation radio system is limited to line-of-sight propagation.