isotropically


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Adv.1.isotropically - in an isotropic manner
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The equivalent isotropically radiated power (EIRP) of antenna ports rank first within the industry.
A solar flare is the rapid increase in photons (radiation from y rays to radio waves) and propagates isotropically to arrive at Earth about 8 min later (i.
This is the energy in the Unruh radiation field at the muon, which usually strikes the muon isotropically so does not push it in any net direction.
4 GHz band is only allowed to transmit with maximum Effective Isotropically Radiated Power (EIRP) of 100 mW.
To extend the influence of the velocity to its neighborhood, we map its velocity isotropically around the grid point (see Fig.
a) Gain: The gain of an antenna is defined as the ratio of the intensity, in a given direction, to the radiation intensity that would be obtained if the power accepted by the antenna were radiated isotropically.
The reason for this is the fact that the sub-grid scale turbulence model Spalart-Allmaras works poorly in the free turbulent shear layers since it isotropically models turbulence.
Section 3 contains the results of our investigations, where we distinguish between stress-free, isotropically distorted, and tetragonally distorted systems and discuss their influence on hydrogen solubility and diffusivity.
Fortunately, the new standard does not apply to equipment with an EIRP (effective isotropically radiated power) output of less than 10mW, nor to equipment that operates in a non-adaptive mode.
Schafer; Study of isotropically conductive bondings filled with aggregates of nanosited Ag-particles; IEEE.
While we can hypothesize that in the case of strong refraction index fluctuations, the wavefront is mixed effectively isotropically in a 5-dimensional subspace of the 6-dimensional phase space (the subspace being defined by the wave frequency conservation law), which would lead to u [approximately equal to] 5, further numerical simulations are needed for a definite conclusion.