Definition of Attenuators
1. Noun. (plural of attenuator) ¹
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Definition of Attenuators
1. attenuator [n] - See also: attenuator
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Literary usage of Attenuators
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1. New Ways: Tiltrotor Aircraft and Magnetically Levitated Vehicles (1992)
"... any unyielding objects within its limits are to be made breakaway orare to be shielded by installation of crashworthy barriers or attenuators. ..."
2. Gaseous Electronics Conference Radio-Frequency Reference Cell: Reprint From edited by James K. Olthoff (1996)
"Some precision attenuators can cause a variation in the phase length as the attenuation is increased since they add a leaky dielectric to the waveguide. ..."
3. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1883)
"A dielectric mirror, situated at a known distance behind the cell, reflects the light pulse back onto the cell after it passes through a set of attenuators ..."
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"... 1941 Attenuator Materials, attenuators and Terminations for Microwaves. Teal, Rigterink, Frosch. .. .419-28 1948 Bridge Erosion in Electrical Contacts ..."
5. Directory of Federal Laboratory and Technology Resources: A Guide to (1993)
"A wide selection of coaxial and waveguide components is available, such as precision attenuators, isolators and phase shifters. ..."
6. The U. S. Coal Industry, 1970-1990: Two Decades of Change (1992)
"MISCELLANEOUS—INSIDE CHAMBER Slate, chalk, and mallet Bucket and plastic bags for body waste Primary medical kit Ear protection sound attenuators/aural ..."
7. God, the Invisible King by Herbert George Wells (1917)
"One may find within the Anglican communion, Arians, Unitarians, Atheists, disbelievers in immortality, attenuators of miracles; there is scarcely a doubt or ..."