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admittance

(Acceptance), noun admission, designation, entrance, entree, entry, inclusion, initiation, permission

admittance

(Means of approach), noun access, approach, avenue, course, entrance, entry, ingress, inlet, liberty of approach, opening, passage, passageway, path, portal, road, route, way
See also: acceptance, access, acknowledgment, admission, entry, ingress, introduction, receipt

ADMITTANCE, Eng. law. The act of giving possession of a copyhold estate, as livery of seisin is of a freehold; it is of three kinds, namely upon a voluntary grant by the lord) upon a surrender by the former tenant and upon descent.

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Table 1 displays the average acoustic impedance and acoustic attenuation values for 10 lots of plastic-encapsulated ICs.
In some cases where high impedance is needed along with maximum flexibility, cross-hatch shielding can be employed for reference planes.
In this work, we conduct a secondary analysis on the previously collected human body impedance data by De Santis et al.
This study deals with the monitoring of cryopreserved erythrocytes by impedance spectroscopy.
Although that change results in longer via connections to the planes (compared to the orange plot), the reduced plane separation creates a much lower impedance path to the IC.
The impact of STATCOM on the measured impedance by distance relay by assuming the instantaneous operation of its controlling system has been discussed in [4].
4] < [pi], which means that the transformer proposed in this paper can provide perfect impedance matching at four frequencies.
The electrical length of the impedance transformer in Figure 2(a) is half the distance from [z'.
This observational study evaluated the effect of CAD severity, distribution and EF on acute ventricular pacing threshold and lead impedance at the time of pacemaker implantation with retrospective analysis of patient charts.