directivity

NOUN
  1. the quality of being directive
  2. the property of a microphone or antenna of being more sensitive in one direction than in another
    the antenna received signals with no directivity
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How To Use directivity In A Sentence

  • Dispersion Angle vs Frequency This graph displays the MR64B's excellent horizontal and vertical directivity control.
  • It has a large, quad-capsule spatial array stereo microphone with high directivity .. Sony NEX-VG10: a new, interchangeable-lens camcorder
  • A method to obtain the vertical directivity of hydrophone triplets towed line sonar by the optimal array processing is introduced in brief at first.
  • The higher the acoustic frequency is, the stronger its directivity is.
  • Intensity is also influenced by distance from the fault, ground conditions, and sometimes, directivity.
  • In the strategic domain Delhi's relations with the USA, China and Russia in the first instance and those with the EU, Japan, the Gulf states, ASEAN and Brazil at a remove warrant an infusion of politico-strategic directivity that has been diffused since mid 2008. Security Challenges for New Government
  • It has a large, quad-capsule spatial array stereo microphone with high directivity.. Sony NEX-VG10: a new, interchangeable-lens camcorder
  • In the following paragraphs and within the application, the term "diffuseness" is to be understood as a measure for the non-directivity of sound. FreshPatents.com: Notable Patent Applications - 05/07/2009
  • The Martian considers the theistic argument that it would be impossible to have an orderly universe merely resulting from the inherent properties of natural forces, and that "directivity" is necessary to keep the universe on its present track. The Necessity of Atheism
  • Assuming that direction may have occurred, the fact of direction adds nothing to the qualities or possibilities of existence, any more than the "directivity" of a chemist adds to the possibilities of certain elements when he brings them into combination. Theism or Atheism The Great Alternative
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