FFP

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AcronymDefinition
FFPFinancial Fair Play (football regulations; EU)
FFPFederal Financial Participation
FFPFresh Frozen Plasma
FFPFirm-Fixed-Price (Contract)
FFPFamily Friend Poems (website)
FFPFoundation for Peace (est. 2003)
FFPFrequent Flyer Program
FFPFood for Peace
FFPFile to File Protocol
FFPFirm Fixed Price
FFPFast Filtering Processor
FFPFlexible Fine Pitch
FFPFair Flowers Fair Plants (flower labelling)
FFPFédération de la Formation Professionnelle (French: Vocational Training Federation)
FFPFirst Focal Plane (rifle scope)
FFPFédération Française de Parachutisme (French: French Parachuting Federation)
FFPForest Fire Protection (various locations)
FFPFashion Fights Poverty (Arlington, VA)
FFPFédération Française de Psychiatrie
FFPFood, Feed and Processing
FFPFédération Française du Paysage (French: French Landscape Federation)
FFPFit for Purpose
FFPFabrication, Falsification, or Plagiarism (research misconduct)
FFPFédération Française de Polo (French: french Polo Federation)
FFPFondo Financiero Privado (Spanish: Private Financial Fund; Bolivia)
FFPFixed Function Pipeline (computing)
FFPFiltering Facepiece (respirator)
FFPFeral Flying Pig (cigar)
FFPFeature Film Project (various organizations)
FFPFisheries Finance Program
FFPFamily First Party
FFPFiber Fabry-Perot
FFPFull Function Point
FFPFédération Française de Pneumologie (French: French Pneumology Federation; est. 2005)
FFPFrustration Free Packaging (various companies)
FFPFreedom Front Plus (South Africa)
FFPFar-Field Pattern
FFPFeed-Forward Path (microwave theory)
FFPFinal Fantasy Project (fan site)
FFPFlat File Parsing (computer programming)
FFPFeature Frequency Profiles (DNA sequencing)
FFPFalsification, Fabrication, and Plagiarism
FFPFundamental Fitness Products (Denver, CO)
FFPFormerly Fat Person
FFPFédération Française des Psychomotriciens (France)
FFPFinal Firing Position (sniper term)
FFPFast-Filter Processor
FFPFirst Field Phase
FFPFinite FIFO (First-In, First-Out) Platform
FFPFast Field Program
FFPFishers & Farmers Partnership for the Upper Mississippi River Basin
FFPFugitive Felon Program
FFPFleet Frequency Plans (US Navy)
FFPFast Fruit's Performance
FFPForced First Person (gaming perspective)
FFPFuel Fabrication Plant
FFPFirst Fatal Piss
FFPFlorida Freedom Partnership (Miami, FL)
FFPFormal Functional Programming (computer progamming language)
FFPFixed Fee Procurement
FFPFast Facility Protection (Alcatel)
FFPFast Feature Platform (Siemens)
FFPFunctional Failure Path (avionics)
FFPFire Fighting Pacific (Christchurch, New Zealand)
FFPFuel Flow Proportion
FFPFriends for Parents (social networking)
FFPFree Food Program
FFPFull Face Protection
FFPFate, Fred, & the Painter (band)
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By following the mentioned steps one can estimate the maximum and the mean uncertainty in the transformed far-field pattern.
One is the compact antenna test range (CATR) [3] in which the far-field pattern is measured directly without the requirement of computational manipulation.
Note that by combining (2), (3), and the asymptotic behavior of the Hankel function, the far-field pattern F([[?
cr] are the co-polar and cross-polar components of the far-field pattern, respectively:
2]/[Lambda] synthesized pattern data were processed using the DFT and modified inverse algorithms to remove the effect of the finite range and plotted against the far-field pattern for comparison, as shown in Figure 6.
0, several significant new features have been added to both the basic analysis package and the optional far-field pattern computation and visualization module.
Figure 3 shows the far-field patterns of the six-element array wrapped around a five-inch-diameter cylinder.
The far-field pattern results show that the antenna bandwidths at 23.
Since the zone plate consists of a series of concentric annuli, the far-field pattern of the entire plate may be obtained by superimposing the contributions from the individual annuli or zones.
The pattern of the near-field probe is measured in amplitude, phase and polarization, and used to compensate the calculated far-field pattern and gain of the antenna under test.