reflectionless

reflectionless

(rɪˈflɛkʃənlɪs)
adj
(General Physics) unable to reflect, not possessing a reflection
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Among his topics are passive microwave networks, foundations of reflectionless filters, generalized reflectionless filters, transmission-line reflectionless filters derivation, and tools for advanced topology creation.
is a practical resource that introduces progressive techniques in the creation of sophisticated reflectionless filter topologies in order to optimize filter responses.
These layers perform a supporting role and are need for guarantee the rapid and reflectionless decrease of the distortion of the EF caused by the presence of the considered objects when approaching the calculation region's boundaries.
At times, comparisons stretch too far; in lines such as "Passion is a stray ember that rose / from the burning shore across the lake / and attached itself to the loveless dark / that cowered over itself and sank itself, / reflectionless, in the still water below," the initial image is lost.
Smith, "Optical design of reflectionless complex media by finite embedded coordinate transformations," Phys.
Sanagi, "Traveling-wave microwave power divider composed of reflectionless dividing units," IEEE Trans.
Qiu, "Necessary and sufficient conditions for reflectionless transformation media in an isotropic and homogenous background," arxiv: 0806.
The second type of reflectionless condition considered in the paper is PML.
However, to allow the modularizing, testing, assembling and packaging of components, a rugged connect/disconnect capability was needed that was reflectionless and transparent with zero physical length.
The test facility consists of advanced RF test equipment, a precise mechanical positioning system, and an anechoic, or reflectionless, chamber.
Microwave absorbers are used to dampen the cavity resonances, but their most extensive use is in the design of reflectionless environments, such as EMC and antenna measurement anechoic chambers.