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Notch

Slang; in bond trading, a small increase or decrease in a bond rating. For example, if a rating goes from AAA to AA+, it is said to decline by a notch.
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Linear elastic stresses/strains for a notched component can be easily obtained from a linear elastic FEA solution.
The optimal parameters of the slot to provide the notched band around 3.
It is seen that the notched band can be easily controlled by varying the dimension of the C-shaped slot.
Meanwhile, the quad band-notched UWB antenna can be reconfigurable by shorting the corner point of the single U-shaped slot and the corresponding notched band is removed with the remain band-notched frequency nearly invariable, as shown in Figs.
Figure 3(b) illustrates that as the g increases which means that the circumference length of the open ring decreases, the notched band shifts toward the high frequencies.
Second, the data are presented for each age decade in terms of the percentage of participants with unnotched audiograms and the percentage with notched audiograms.
Photographed lobsters were categorized into groups depending on the number of times they molted since notched.
eff] the efficiency dielectric constant, and f the center frequency of notched bands.
To achieve the triple bandnotched characteristic, a novel modified CLL resonator near the feed line is adopted to generate notched bands with central frequencies of 3.
In this paper, we propose a new technique for tuned notched bands implementation in UWB BPFs.
In this study, a new UWB monopole antenna with notched band at 3.
For opaque food packaging, grades 4736 and 4765 have notched Izod values of 1.