BWR

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AcronymDefinition
BWRBoiling Water Reactor
BWRBarcelona World Race (Barcelona, Spain)
BWRBar Width Reduction (bar coding)
BWRBandwidth Ratio
BWRBasic Water Rescue (course)
BWRBasic (daily) Water Requirement (United Nations term)
BWRBrownsville Weir and Reservoir (Texas)
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Obviously, the larger the available bandwidth ratio is, the lighter the traffic load of the HybE-BS is.
Based on users' service demand and HybE-Net characteristics, communication satisfaction [[xi].sup.r.sub.m], available bandwidth ratio [[xi].sup.w] and the normalized solar energy state of the HybE-BS [[xi].sup.s] are adopted as the input linguistic variables.
where [[xi].sup.w.sub.i] represents the available bandwidth ratio of HybE-BS i.
With a measured bandwidth ratio of 19.7 : 1, the proposed antenna is suitable to operate within frequencies of 0.46 GHz to 9.07 GHz.
The obtained (VSWR < 2) frequency range extends from 5.014 to 11.5 GHz, leading to 2.29 to 1 bandwidth ratio. It can be seen that some part of the lower UWB range has been lost.
The (VSWR < 2) bandwidth extends from 1.86 to 17.77 GHz giving a bandwidth ratio of 9.55:1.
This translates into a bandwidth ratio of just 1 to 3.1.
For a bandwidth ratio of approximately 1 to 8 at a VSWR of 1.5, it is advantageous to observe the following dimensions:
Eth1 and Eth2 provide a 2:1 bandwidth ratio, where the throughputs are 9375 and 5664 Kpps, which is the same 2:1 ratio as we used.
For example, if a measurement is to be made on a signal that is 40 dB down in level from an adjacent sinusoidal signal with a spectrum analyzer that uses a four-section resolution filter, what is the bandwidth ratio of the -40 to -3 dB filter bandwidths?
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