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NCHNorthwest Community Healthcare (Arlington Heights, IL)
NCHNational Coalition for the Homeless
NCHNovartis Consumer Health (various locations)
NCHNevada Corporate Headquarters (est. 1980)
NCHNumber of Channels
NCHNon Cable Head
NCHNo Change
NCHNumber Changed
NCHNetwork Controlled Handover
NCHN-Channel
NCHNormal Charge
NCHNational Center for Homeopathy
NCHNotched
NCHNational Council for Hypnotherapy (UK)
NCHNorth Collier Hospital (Florida)
NCHNational Coalition for History
NCHNaperville Central High (Naperville, IL)
NCHNew Century Hymnal (worship book)
NCHNational Clearance Hub (UK Customs)
NCHNational Claims History
NCHNeighborhood City Halls (various locations)
NCHNursing Contact Hour (various schools)
NCHNational Centre for Health Professions Education (Nepal)
NCHNoise Cancellation Headphone
NCHNielsen Clearing House
NCHNorth Cascades Highway
NCHNumber of Calls Handled (telephony)
NCHNon-Carbonate Hardness
NCHNightmare City Halloween (radio show; est. 1979)
NCHNot Completely Here
NCHNarrow Angle Camera Head
NCHNoCheatersHere (Xboxlive gaming community website)
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Furthermore, as predicted, triple desired notched bands of 3.19-3.97 GHz, 5.16-5.85 GHz, and 7.88-8.59 GHz for S11 > -10 dB are achieved.
A parametric study has been carried out to examine the effects of different parameters of the filter element on the performance of the proposed antenna including band notched characteristics.
At the passband frequencies out of the notched bands, the antenna needs to have good omnidirectional radiation patterns.
where [G.sub.F] is fracture energy, N/m; [A.sub.lig] is area of the fracture ligament of the specimen, [m.sup.2]; H is height of the beam specimen, m; B is width of the beam specimen, m; a0 is depth of the notched crack, m; g is gravitational acceleration (g = 9.8 m/[s.sup.2]); [m.sub.1] is weight of the specimen between the two supports, kg; [m.sup.2] is additive weight of the loading facilities; Smax is the maximum mid-span deflection of the beam specimen, m; [W.sub.0] is area above the axis of 8 and under the relational curve of [P.sub.V]-[delta], N-m.
The resonant frequencies of all notched bands simultaneously move down with increasing [L.sub.e2].
The measured return loss curves of the proposed UWB antenna and the original UWB antenna without notched band are shown in Figure 2.
STRUCTURE AND DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS OF UWB BPF WITH NOTCHED BAND
This article is descriptive in nature to illustrate audiometric configurations, specifically notched audiograms, with veteran sample sizes never before reported.
One component necessary to analyze critically the success of the North Cape restoration program is to obtain independent data on variables related to mortality rate and increased disease susceptibility of notched lobsters, as well as the notch loss resulting from exoskeleton overgrowth.
For opaque food packaging, grades 4736 and 4765 have notched Izod values of 1.8 and 1.6 ft-lb/in., respectively.