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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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Now Fujitsu Laboratories has developed radio wave simulation technology that automatically incorporates the site's three-dimensional image data and video of people's movement to automatically determine installation points for wireless devices, as well as technology that visualizes the actual radio wave interference situation.
When cooled, the ionosphere contracts and descends into the atmosphere to where air is denser - leading to a higher absorption of radio waves, Prof.
The radio wave attenuation from rain at different availability values for frequencies up to 40 GHz and path lengths up to 60 km can be calculated by [3]
In simulations, it was confirmed that, compared to before, this technology approximately doubles communication transmission speeds in cases where there is significant radio wave interference.
According to Tamburini, twisting radio waves was pioneered back in the 1970s.
The major technological issue for the Two-Stage Method was the reproduction of a radio wave environment corresponding to an actual reception environment on a PC.
Its Wi-Fi systems use directed beamforming technology, which delivers more efficient coverage and capacity and reduces the amount of radio waves in the coverage area.
On his part, Abdul Raheem Sulaiman, Director General of the Arab States Broadcasting Union (ASBU) said that the positive relations between ASBU and HFCC Authority over the past 18 years has enabled the Arab radio to get frequencies for transmitting short radio waves that are free of scrambling.
"The theories are now that the radio wave burst might be linked to a very compact type of object -- such as neutron stars or black holes and the bursts could be connected to collisions or 'star quakes'.
We attempt to define statistical annual data distributions of different atmosphere phenomena and its influence to radio wave propagation.
The first encoded a pure tone in a traditional radio wave with peaks and troughs lined up neatly in a single, two-dimensional plane.
The phones work by changing the sound of your voice into a radio wave, which it then sends out through an antenna.