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Wave

A short-term movement that goes against the general trend. For example, if the DJIA rallies on a given trading day but overall is in the midst of a prolonged bear market, the rally is called a wave against the bearish tide.
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This "photonic calculus" would work by encoding parameters into the properties of an incoming electromagnetic wave and sending it through a metamaterial device; once inside, the device's unique structure would manipulate the wave in such a way that it would exit encoded with the solution to a pre-set integral equation for that arbitrary input.
The RAPA stressed that its experimental results showed that there was no particular harmfulness in electromagnetic waves of 5G networks compared to LTE networks.
The nanocomposite materials were characterized by using various techniques (XRD, FTIR, and XRF) to establish the relationship of composition and structural and chemical properties to the electromagnetic wave absorption performance.
Among them, Scatter Error is occurred by scattering of transmitted electromagnetic waves in the ionosphere of the earth.
This paper investigates the UWB response of an electromagnetic wave shield based on a diode grid by theoretical analysis and by a commercial full wave transient field simulator integrated with the nonlinear SPICE circuit solver [13].
Borzdov, "Reflection of electromagnetic waves from layered continuously inhomogeneous anisotropic media: Multiple reflection method," Opt.
Thus, the results demonstrate that the proposed structures have the advantage of compactness, high absorption of incident electromagnetic waves, and a reasonable operation bandwidth.
The material has no effect on a vast array of electromagnetic waves that come in a myriad of sizes.
Sun, "Compact tri-band claw-shaped monopole antenna for wlan/wimax applications," Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications, Vol.
As a result, the line can be long enough to completely transform the energy of high-frequency electromagnetic waves into heat.
Electromagnetic waves aresent into the ground, which bounce back if they hit anything unusual.