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SR

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for SURINAME.
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SR

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of Suriname. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Surinamese bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Suriname. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Suriname. Each Surinamese district has its own code with the prefix "SR." For example, the code for the District of Wanica is ISO 3166-2:SR:WA.
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This is because the beampattern synthesis is performed in radian ([theta])-space but the method based on P([phi],[theta]) cannot reflect the power distribution in radian-space because P([phi],[theta]) indeed characterizes the beampattern in steradian ([OMEGA])-space.
Irradiance is directional; it includes UV radiation received over 2[pi] steradians; that is, half of the possible directions from which UV rays might originate is included.
The number of the photons recorded by the detector and leaving the thin layer into the solid angle of 1 steradian and relating to 1 electron is:
where A[OMEGA] is the throughput in square millimeter steradian, G is the amplifier gain in volts per ampere, [tau] ([lambda]) is the spectral transmittance, [R.sub.f] ([lambda]) is the spectral flux responsivity of the detector in ampere per watt, and [L.sub.[lambda]]([lambda]) is the spectral radiance in watt per nanometer per square millimeter per steradian.
For example, if the initial divergence is 30 degrees (plausible for an x-ray beam), then a beam collimated to 10 cm in diameter at 200 m (5 x 10[conjunction]-4 radian, or 2.5 x 10[conjunction]-7 steradian) will contain about 2.5 x 10[conjunction]-7 of the source's energy and power.
Legacy Focus ($5,400) Reviewed in issue #54 by KWN, follow-up review with Steradian processor ($888 if purchased with the Focus, $1,295 as a stand-alone unit) in Issue 79.
Say it is a tactical fighter, and we want to cover an engine signature that is 1,500 watts per steradian in the 3- to 5-[Mu] region.
That answer, as more precisely determined by the DIRBE team, is a feeble 140-micron sky brightness of 25[+ or -]7x[10.sup.-9] watt per square meter per steradian for each factor of 10 in wavelength.
The quantity of interest to us is the emissivity [j.sub.v] (with units of power per frequency interval per unit volume per steradian), which we obtain from integrating the power over grain size and shape distribution [dn.sub.gr]/da (where a is meant to formally represent the characteristic size and three-dimensional shape of a grain), as well as the electric dipole distribution, f([mu]|a) convolved with the probability distribution for the angular momentum and rotational configuration f(L, [omega]|a;[mu]) (We use repeatedly the letter f to denote probability distribution functions.
Therefore the distribution of the first surface reflectance is determined by the distribution of the micro-facet normals which in turn is driven by the density function [equivalent to] ([THETA]), the relative density of micro-facet normals (per steradian) in vector direction [THETA].
As I mentioned in that article, I did most of my listening at that time with a prototype version of what was to evolve into the Steradian Environmental Processor in my system.