radio frequency

NOUN
  1. an electromagnetic wave frequency between audio and infrared
Linguix Browser extension
Fix your writing
on millions of websites
Get Started For Free Linguix pencil

How To Use radio frequency In A Sentence

  • The observed profiles were cross-correlated with a standard pulse profile appropriate for each radio frequency to obtain accurate pulse arrival times.
  • The inductor, capacitor, and resistor distort the electric field surrounding the goblet, and it resonates an interdimensional radio frequency. Soul Trapper
  • In an announcement in 1995 that non-lethal weapons - including high powered microwaves and radio frequency devices - are to be 'transited' to the law enforcement sector was met with dismay in some quarters. [the dark one] alive, kicking and sentient [2]
  • A cryogen spray simultaneously cools the skin's surface before, during and after each radio frequency pulse to further protect the epidermis.
  • A base station radio frequency device provided by the embodiment of the invention comprises a shell, an intermediate radio frequency processing unit and a duplexer.
  • Very handily for frequent flyers, it has an airplane mode, which safely turns off all radio frequency features on the phone, while allowing operation of other work or entertainment features.
  • Methods collected the clinical material of 165 patients treated nosebleed by Radio frequency of plasma.
  • The Armstrong Phase Modulation (PM) and Double Amplitude Modulation (AM) vector composing PM both are vector composing style circuits in the course "Radio Frequency Circuits".
  • The rest of the signals, and quite possibly all of them, would prove to be the result of random noise or radio frequency interference.
  • 03-Jul-2008 - New disinfection and disinfestant food technology using radio frequency (RF) heating can eliminate microbes and ... MeatProcess RSS
View all
This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy