nonfading

nonfading

(ˌnɒnˈfeɪdɪŋ)
adj
(Clothing & Fashion) (of clothing) not tending to lose colour; colourfast
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I find Wave Carmine Velour's nonfading, velvety, purple-red blossoms particularly appealing.
In case of Rician distribution, the transmitted signal experienced a dominant nonfading signal component due to the presence of a line of sight (LOS) path between the transceiver.
When the SP of AuNPs, that is, the oscillation of conduction electrons on the surface of the nanoparticles, is in resonance with the incident light, a strong nonfading emission can be obtained [1].
Where [E.sub.b] and [N.sub.0] are constants that represent the average transmission energy per bit and noise power density in a nonfading additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channel.
Like m = 0.5 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?
In the case of nonfading channel, the probability of symbol error in code-time diversity system is
Section 3 covers the analysis of energy detection in nonfading and fading environments.
Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) defines a nonfading channel model for the test of the baseband performance on high-speed train conditions in technical specification (TS) 36.104 [1].
Only good quality iron oxides should be used for nonfading, permanent colors.
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.