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DBICDBIx::Class (object relational mapper for Perl)
DBICDublin Business Innovation Centre (Ireland)
DBICDairy Business Innovation Center (Delavan, WI)
DBICDentists Benefits Insurance Company (Milwaukie, OR)
DBICDoing Business in Canada
DBICDatamonitor Business Information Center (business research)
DBICData Bus Interface Card
DBICAntenna gain, decibels referenced to a circularly polarized, theoretical isotropic radiator
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To the extent a partnership has business interest expense in excess of its Section 163(j) limitation (excess business interest expense, or EBIE), the EBIE, unlike a DBIC of a C corporation, is not carried forward by the partnership.
In general, all of the slot models can produce decent gain at about 6 dBic. Figure 7 shows the simulated impedance bandwidth of the varieties of slot shapes.
The peak gains are about 5.905.58 dBiC at lower band and 7.27-6.54 dBiC at higher band, respectively.
The realized gain is higher than 5 dBic with the axial ratio less than 3 dB at all the interesting GPS frequencies.
The peak gains are about 3.3-4.3 dBic at the operating bands.
"Before approaching possible investors, do your homework and find out their preference in relation to industry sectors, minimum investment amounts, scale of projects, types of equity and exit requirements," says the DBIC spokesman.
As depicted in Figure 4(a), the gain at broadside direction of the ellipse dipoles without coupled frame is less than 6.00 dBic. Whereas, when a coupled frame is employed, the gain reaches 6.50 dBic.
As seen in the figure, the peak gains within -10 dB reflection coefficient bandwidths are 3.41 dBic and 6.29 dBic, respectively.
The experimental results indicate that the proposed antenna has an impedance bandwidth of 14.3% (2.272.62 GHz), a 3-dB AR bandwidth of 13.1% (2.3-2.62 GHz), and a gain level of greater than 7 dBic within the 3-dB AR bandwidth.
The new generation of FlexiRay SF antennas with gain 5,5 dBic were designed to address the needs for ultra slim profile antennas with sufficient gain achieving longer read ranges, as well as providing greater flexibility in more demanding RFID environments.
Furthermore, the measured gain in Figure 15 is over 8 dBic within the operating band.
The antennas can be configured to provide high gain (7 to 9 dBic) with narrow bandwidth at multiple frequencies such as dual, triple, or greater than 25% bandwidth for broadband applications for gains of nearly 6 dBic.