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The maximum output power of 0.93 microwatts is obtained at 0.92 volts.
Also the power dissipation is reduced from microwatts to nanowatts.
* No opening shall permit leakage of UV-C greater than 0.1 microwatts per centimeter squared ([micro]W/[cm.sup.2]).
Despite the obvious recent progress in the frequency characteristics of InGaAs/AlAs resonant tunneling diodes, the output powers within a terahertz range are still low (some microwatts).
PGE offers some comparisons of its smart meters to Federal Communications Commission (FCC) health-protection regulatory standards, measured in power density of microwatts per square centimeter ([micro]W/[cm.sup.2]).
The problem arises due to the starkly different power consumption levels of the digital baseband in comparison to the analog RF - where the digital baseband consumes 10 microwatts (?W), the analog RF can consume over 100+ milliwatts (mW) of power.
"According to all the studies, the radiation emitted from these towers is only 0.09 microwatts, while international standards approve a wavelength of 10 megawatts in a 500-metre radius," said Mr Taqi.
(c) Horsepower per square inch (microwatts per square centimeter) at 39.4 inch (1 m) from lamp.
The bq25570 is the first device of its kind to implement a highly efficient boost charger with a nano-powered buck converter to efficiently acquire and manage the microwatts to milliwatts of power generated from a variety of DC sources like photovoltaic (solar) or thermal electric generators.
Given that that at the 900 MHz frequency band in which many "smart meters" operate, NS2772.1: 1999 is in the region of approximately 4,500,000 microwatts per square metre, many of the emissions from many "smart meters" can be expressed as small percentages of the standard.
The output power of this lamp may amount to several microwatts because [Nd.sup.3+]: Lu[F.sub.3] and KMgF3 show quasiequivalent conversion efficiencies [16].
Texas Instruments introduced five power management integrated circuits that acquire and manage microwatts (uW) to milliwatts of power harvested from light, heat, or mechanical energy sources.