tunability

tunability

(ˌtjuːnəˈbɪlətɪ)
n
the ability of something, esp an electronic instrument or device, to be tuned
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To date, straining graphene to break its lattice symmetry is perhaps the most efficient approach toward realizing bandgap tunability in graphene.
For molecular spectroscopy and quantum optics, the DLC TOPO delivers wide tunability, narrow linewidth, and hands-free digital control over the 1.4 to 4.0 [micro]m spectral range.
Unlike the Next-Generation Passive Optical Network 2 (NG-PON2) standard, tunability is not mandatory in ONT optical transceivers, although this would reduce inventory complexity.
Unfortunately, these are not easy to design and fabricate, as high quality factor, tunability and high compactness are not easily compatible within the same device.
Combined with Reloder powders' propensity for top velocities and easy tunability for a desired level of accuracy, that makes it appealing indeed for long-range precision shooters.
The tunability of [f.sub.0] is tested for three different values (50 kHz, 100 kHz, 150 kHz) when the order of the filter is set to 1.9 and Q = 0.707.
This tunability allows the team to design robots capable of turning and moving at different speeds.
The ARRC program will focus on four major areas of research: research on integrated filter-antennas that provide frequency tunability with reduced size and weight; an all-digital phased array antenna and electronics that will be synchronized with another all-digital phased array system already under development at the ARRC; implementation of dual-band, dual-polarized antennas; and algorithms for using and exploiting the agility enabled by these hardware technologies.
That ability, plus the large surface area and chemical tunability of MOFs, make them a promising material to remove heavy metals selectively from water.
The FLX-Guard cable-containment system terminates riser torque for even more tunability and forgiveness.
Despite the success in implementing EBG structures for microwave applications, most current EBG designs either require sophisticated fabrication processes such as silicon micromachining or combinations of wet- and dry-etching to create structures with strong material property contrast [7,8], or have very limited tunability or reconfigurability.