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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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We demonstrated that Fe/AC/PVA nanocomposites have very good electromagnetic wave absorption properties for frequency range of 4-6 GHz.
The reason is that when the electromagnetic wave arrives at the plasma region, the interaction between electromagnetic wave and plasma changes the surface current distribution of plasma antenna, as it is known that the radiation pattern is determined by the surface current distribution of antenna.
for providing Wavenology EM, a 3D joint electromagnetic wave and circuit simulation software, and for their generous technical support during the study process.
At electromagnetic waves scattering in randomly isotropic media cross section of inhomogeneities depends on the direction of the incident wave.
V., et al., "Vector Transmission-line and circuit theory for bi-isotropic layered structures," Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications, Vol.
In order to test the manufactured radar absorber prototype for oblique electromagnetic wave incidence, the reflection coefficient of the reported RAM is measured for different electromagnetic wave incidence angles and compared to the normal incidence case.
EXPERIMENTAL VERIFICATION OF THE METHOD OF HEATING THE WIRES WITH HIGH-FREQUENCY ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES
Miniaturized asymmetrical CPW-FED meandered strip antenna for triple-band operation," Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications, 21(8): 1089-1097.
Revised model for the electromagnetic waves attenuation due to rain medium in atmosphere is presented for the first time in [9].
Using of the operation div of the both part of (4) together with (1), we obtain a condition for Transverse electromagnetic wave
Arendash's team exposed the mice to electromagnetic waves equivalent to those emitted by a cell phone pressed against a human head for two hours daily over seven to nine months.
radiation The process of emitting energy in the form of electromagnetic waves

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