nonfading

nonfading

(ˌnɒnˈfeɪdɪŋ)
adj
(Clothing & Fashion) (of clothing) not tending to lose colour; colourfast
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0] are constants that represent the average transmission energy per bit and noise power density in a nonfading additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channel.
5 corresponds to the highest amount of fading, m = 1 corresponds to Rayleigh distribution, m [greater than or equal to] 1 corresponds to Rician distribution, and as m [right arrow] [infinity], the distribution converges to a nonfading AWGN from [19].
28 Permanently Long-lasting or nonfading Comprehension questions Pages 2-3: What is your favourite "unusual animal" from pages 2 and 3?
Only good quality iron oxides should be used for nonfading, permanent colors.
Teaching a simple reading vocabulary to retarded children: Effectiveness of fading and nonfading procedures.
The plants display nonfading, bright coral blooms with lighter throats.
The product can provide users with nonfading fragrance performance for up to 75 days; then refills are needed.
The nonfading fragrance promises a performance of 75 days and is available in two versions--country berries and crisp breeze.
Miliwork wall base features a smooth, nonfading surface with no knots or grain to detract from its appearance.
Teaching simple reading vocabulary to retarded children: Effectiveness of fading and nonfading procedures.
With fairly intense, nonfading leaf color, this is one of many good laceleafs in the red-to-purple range.
The whole collection is formulated to be noncreasing, nonfading, and nonflaking.