centimetric

centimetric

(ˌsɛntɪˈmɛtrɪk)
adj
having a length of one centimetrerelating to electro-magnetic waves less than one meter in length
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Centimetric to metric andesitic lava blocks were ejected during the eruption of April 22nd 2017, nevertheless, most of them corresponded to non-juvenile material.
In order to analyze the quality of real time positioning based on ERGNSS and RAP networks, the availability of centimetric real time positioning, the time to fix ambiguity resolution (TTFA), the precision and accuracy and the repeatability of RTK positioning are considered as the evaluation parameters.
For the surveillance mission the Zephyr-S can be equipped with an optical and/or infrared camera providing centimetric resolution (and) we have undertaken the first steps in working on the next Zephyr-T version with twin-tails which will carry around four times greater payload and that takes us into the area where it will be able to carry a radar.
Tenders are invited for Provision, Installation And On-Going Support Of A Centimetric Accuracy Real Time Geodetic Global Navigation Satellite System (Gnss) Continuously Operating Reference Station (Cors) Units And Appropriate Antennas.
These centimetric, or microwave, radars were more accurate, had smaller minimum ranges, and worked with much smaller antennae--all advantages for equipment mounted in aircraft.
Dark- formed and entire coloured sediment with large spicules amount of sand and presence of millimetric to centimetric clasts.
Very fine--to fine-grained sandstone (F11) is arranged in decimeter thick beds (6-60 cm) with occasional current ripples (F11A), parallel lamination (F11C), millimetric and centimetric plant remains and bioturbation.
This, explains Tafazolli, will evolve over time to higher frequencies such as centimetric and millimetric bands and will co-exist with other systems such as satellite communications.
I knew that magnetron valves generated centimetric radio waves from the motion of electrons in kilogauss magnetic fields, and I thought why should it not be possible for a sunspot region, with its vast reservoir of energy and known emission of corpuscular streams of ions and electrons in magnetic fields of the order of 100 gauss, to generate metre wave radiation.
The sampling points were georeferenced using a Topographic GPS reception apparatus of centimetric accuracy with post-processed differential correction.
In the refracture as in the primary fracture, the segment is divided into three parts (proximal, diaphyseal, and distal) and is measured by a centimetric tape.