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rigol

(ˈrɪɡəl)
n
1. dialect a ditch or gutter
2. archaic a circle or crown
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5-GHz models, all RSA5000 Series analyzers from RIGOL provide resolution bandwidth (RBW) down to 1 Hz, a noise floor as low as -165 dBm, and a full span sweep as fast as 1 ms.
announces the availability of the Rigol Technologies RSA5000 Series of RF spectrum analyzers.
The recording device was a digital oscilloscope RIGOL DS1102E with a bandwidth of 100 MHz.
Hussam, Yale University, and Natalia Rigol and Benjamin N.
Bellach, mae'r holl ysbryd hwnnw wedi mynd a'r byd yn ol yn ei rigol.
Analisis del error aleatorio en cada uno de los tiempos de barrido disponibles en el osciloscopio RIGOL DS1102E.
while other prominent vendors include Adlink Technology, Aeroflex, Ametek, Giga-tronics, National Instruments, Rigol Technologies, Teledyne LeCroy, Teradyne and Yokagawa Electric
The Rigol DSA series of spectrum analysers, available from Telonic Instruments, is suited to performing near-field probing, conducted, and emitted pre-compliance measurements.
De hecho, cuando recibio una prestigiosa beca del gobierno cubano que le permitio viajar por Europa como cronista/periodista y publicar sus cronicas en la revista cubana Grafo entre 1935 y 1937, (4) muchos escritores masculinos como Jorge Rigol la ridiculizaron y la criticaron, considerandola una "mediocre intelectual" que no merecia tal beca (Capote, 2011, p.
El capitulo 12, Maternidad y discapacidad intelectual: la reconstruccion de la otredad de Assumpta Rigol, aporta un profundo analisis a partir del estudio etnografico de familiares de personas con discapacidad intelectual (DI).
There is growing evidence that microfinance, despite its rapid growth, has had little impact on the creation and growth of microenterprises (Field, Pande, Papp, & Rigol, 2013).