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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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Radio wave simulation technology that can simply and automatically determine installation points for wireless devices
In addition, it was clear that the prediction of the maximum delay time was similarly important in the estimation of radio wave environment characteristics using the MUSIC method in actual reception environments.
Parents may not be worried about their health, but they will likely think twice when it comes to the radio waves their children get exposed to during the school day.
C Chairman of the Conference gave a speech in which he talked about the importance of holding this conference, as well as the importance of radio transmission via short waves and coordination among countries to ensure that radio waves are free from any undesired interference.
The eruption is described as an extremely short, sharp flash of radio waves from an unknown source in the universe.
We presume that multipath effect at this time is related with radio wave propagation ducting effect.
They discovered that climate change in the upper atmosphere - caused by an abundance of greenhouse gases - may lead to a greater absorption of radio waves.
Our subject of interest is long distance LOS broadband wireless systems, link availability rate and radio wave propagation conditions in Baltic region.
The new search technique would instead rely on radio waves generated like clockwork by millisecond pulsars--the collapsed remnants of massive stars that spin about once every one to 10 milliseconds.
Its payload will be a 3-part, high frequency radio wave experiment called wave in space plasma (WISP-HF).
The real-time location system (RTLS) is the first subscription, web-based Wi-Fi vehicle tracking solution which uses radio wave technology (RFID), in conjunction with a dealership's existing wireless network infrastructure, to provide an 'always-on' view of a dealership's inventory.
today announced development of technology that automatically reduces radio wave interference by detecting the environment around a femtocell to enable high-speed, high-quality indoor wireless communications.