long wave


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long wave

n.
A radio wave with a wavelength in excess of 1,000 meters.
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long wave

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long-wave

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(Telecommunications)
a. a radio wave with a wavelength greater than 1000 metres
b. (as modifier): a long-wave broadcast.
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Noun1.long wave - a radio wave with a wavelength longer than a kilometer (a frequency below 300 kilohertz)
radio emission, radio radiation, radio wave - an electromagnetic wave with a wavelength between 0.5 cm to 30,000 m
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Translations

long wave

n (Radio) → onde fpl lunghe
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References in classic literature ?
He drank it slowly, his eyes fixed upon the long row of bottles ranged upon the shelf opposite to him, he himself carried back upon a long wave of thoughts to a little West African station where the moist heat rose in fever mists and where an endless stream of men passed backward and forward to their tasks with wan, weary faces and slowly dragging limbs.
These parts of the opposing armies were two long waves that pitched upon each other madly at dictated points.
The sky was clear, the sun midway down the western sky; long waves, capped by the breeze with froth, were running with us.
The sea--the great, the glorious sea, that dashed its long waves against the coast--was stretched out before him.
Fogg, in order not to deviate from his course, furled his sails and increased the force of the steam; but the vessel's speed slackened, owing to the state of the sea, the long waves of which broke against the stern.
In the old monastic days he remembered to have heard such a sound when he had walked out one windy night at Bucklershard, and had listened to the long waves breaking upon the shingly shore.
The whole earth seethed, and sky and sea: and the long waves raged along the beaches round and about, at the rush of the deathless gods: and there arose an endless shaking.
The inverse scattering technique proposed in [1] plays an important role in constructing the complete solution of the long wave and short wave resonance equations.
Key words: reduced differential transform method, symmetric regularized long wave, coupled problem, and mixed partial derivatives.
Finkenstein and P Haupl, "Atmospheric long wave radiation being a climatic boundary condition in hygrothermal building part simulation," in Proceedings of the 12th Symposium for Building Physics, vol.
The RLW equation is a special case of the generalized regularized long wave (GRLW) equation