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As a verb, to do; to produce; to make; to bring to pass; to execute; enforce; accomplish. As a noun, that which is produced by an agent or cause; result; outcome; consequence. The result that an instrument between parties will produce in their relative rights, or which a statute will produce upon the existing law, as discovered from the language used, the forms employed, or other materials for construing it. The operation of a law, of an agreement, or an act. The phrases take effect, be in force, and go into operation, are used interchangeably.

In the plural, a person's effects are the real and Personal Property of someone who has died or who makes a will.

West's Encyclopedia of American Law, edition 2. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.

EFFECT. The operation of a law, of an agreement, or an act, is called its effect.
     2. By the laws of the United States, a patent cannot be granted for an effect only, but it may be for a new mode or application of machinery to produce effects. 1 Gallis. 478; see 4 Mason, 1; Pet. C. C. R. 394; 2 N. H. R. 61.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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The user speed scenario aims to analyse the Doppler Effect on 802.11ah with different MCS.
This Doppler effect is modeled by a time scaling (expansion or compression) of the signal waveform:
The Doppler effects were described by Austrian Physician Johann Christian Doppler in 1842 to explain the appearance of heavenly bodies.
The Doppler Effect refers to the frequency change received by the observers for the relative movement between the wave source and the observers.
Generally, there are two methods to remove the Doppler effect embedded in wayside acoustic signals; one is the dynamic signal resampling method, and the other is the time-domain interpolation resampling (TIR) method [8].
As Wiki so concisely puts it - far more concisely than Mr Koshi back in the day - 'The Doppler Effect is commonly heard when a vehicle sounding a siren or horn approaches, passes and recedes from an observer.
* "Doppler Ducks" illustrates the Doppler effect using simulated ducks
Doppler Effect John Murphy 2nd in a 7f claiming maiden at Dundalk on March 20 This gelding built up a fair bit of experience when trained in Britain by Ann Duffield, although his profile was a relatively regressive one.
There is rather amusing account of the difficulties Buys Ballot encountered in attempting to disclaim the Doppler Effect. In 1845, he borrowed a steam locomotive from Dutch Government and arranged for a trumpet player to ride a fiat car as it approached and then left a station.
Dr Bo Tan of the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering has developed a 'WiFi radar' that compares the signals received directly from a transmitter with signals reflected from a person moving about, measuring the Doppler effect just like conventional radar.
The Doppler Effect has been a consideration of satellite modem manufacturers for some time.

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