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Working together, they were hoping to prove an idea: that electromagnetic waves -- perhaps even the shorter wavelengths of visible light -- can be suppressed with flexible, tunable liquid-metal technologies.
1 second is defined by the International Committee for Weights and Measures (CIPM) based on the frequency of a certain electromagnetic wave in relation to cesium atoms.
Different from the active diodes used in FSS reported early [8-10], the diodes in self-actuated protection are directly triggered by the impinging electromagnetic wave.
This paper is devoted to the investigation of statistical characteristics of multiply scattered electromagnetic waves in turbulent magnetized plasma with both electron density and external magnetic field fluctuations.
Borzdov, "Reflection of electromagnetic waves from layered continuously inhomogeneous anisotropic media: Multiple reflection method," Opt.
Thus, the results demonstrate that the proposed structures have the advantage of compactness, high absorption of incident electromagnetic waves, and a reasonable operation bandwidth.
The material has no effect on a vast array of electromagnetic waves that come in a myriad of sizes.
Sun, "Compact tri-band claw-shaped monopole antenna for wlan/wimax applications," Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications, Vol.
As a result, the line can be long enough to completely transform the energy of high-frequency electromagnetic waves into heat.
In contrast to traditional antennas, the dimensions of the micromechanical resonators are orders-of-magnitude smaller than the wavelength of the electromagnetic wave and allow the detection of electromagnetic waves of any wavelength from 30 Hz to 1GHz.
However, some of these factors are new and were created by science, but some others such as electromagnetic waves have been the consonant components of environment and many people are facing with these waves unintentionally [1].
Quad band compact size trapezoidal PIFA antenna," Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications, 21(7): 865-876.