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nonresonant

(ˌnɒnˈrɛzənənt)
adj
not resonant, not producing or enhancing resonance
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Adj.1.nonresonant - not reverberant; lacking a tendency to reverberate
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eq] is 100 [ohm], the system in Figure 3 will be in the nonresonant state for existing values of inductors and capacitors if any impedance conversion circuit is not added to the system.
Further, our SVAMs are nonresonant so they are extraordinarily broadband, working from DC up to a cutoff where the structure becomes resonant.
It can be shown that the nonresonant SP enhancement at sharp tips occurs when the polarization of the incident light is parallel to the axis of the tip [14].
The main attention is focused on studying the antenna characteristics in a nonresonant band of a magnetoplasma, for which the diagonal elements of the plasma dielectric tensor have identical signs.
The resonant and nonresonant coupling of EM fields in phonon scattering is mediated through the phonon-polariton transverse-wave quasi-particle.
The carrier frequency is a single rather narrow peak (narrow for what is apparently a nonresonant band stridulator) located at 23.
It makes the notes poor and thin, and in the middle register often throaty and nonresonant.
Signals with energy at a resonance frequency will transmit farther in structures than nonresonant signals, and the long-distance transmission of background noises with components at resonant frequencies can interfere with detection of weak, insect-produced signals.
Individual chapters are devoted to the main branches of inelastic X-ray scattering: nonresonant inelastic X-ray scattering with characteristic valence electron excitations, nonresonant inelastic X-ray scattering with core- electron excitation, X-ray Raman scattering, the Compton scattering regime, and resonant inelastic X-ray scattering (RIXS) spectroscopy.
The electric field (EF) radiation created by DM current circulating around a small, nonresonant loop oriented at angle ([THETA]) is given by Kraus as:
Thus the use of nonresonant sensors could improve the accuracy of source location even in thick plates, as has been shown in thin plates [16].