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LAKKI MARWAT -- The local administration has started a campaign to affix reflectors on the donkey, horse carts and auto-rickshaws to prevent nighttime road accidents.
With a simple investment of about $35 and specifying coverage requirements, a wireless reflector can be custom-built to outperform antennae that cost thousands of dollars," Zhou told (https://www.
Islamabad -- The Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI) has shown great concerns over the rising accidents in Islamabad due to absence of reflectors on speed breakers and concrete blocks put on roads and called upon the Islamabad Traffic Police to immediately arrange reflectors at all such places to avoid such tragic accidents in Islamabad.
The company says the SRM has an internal reflector sheet and at least one carbon infrared (CIR) emitter, fitted with its own Gold- or Quartz Reflective Coating (QRC) reflector, is mounted in front of the reflector sheet.
The Reflector seeks bids for a broadsheet with a preferred 24" web width and a cut-off height of at least 21.
This is typically for microwave and millimetre-wave frequencies where the far-field distance is large, such as with high-gain reflector antennas.
The company said this represents the fifth and sixth successful Harris reflector deployments in the planned 5-satellite MUOS system.
Suffice it to say, an off-axis reflector isn't entirely out of character.
An advanced antenna reflector designed and built by Harris Corp.
Therefore, the only possibility to introduce Fresnel diffraction into the microwave reflector antenna market is to study other kinds of applications where parabolic reflectors can not be competitive.