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: It contains cryomodule including accelerating cavities half-wave superconductor (175 MHz, beta = 0.
Negative shifting of half-wave potential value have been seen for Co(II) and Cu(II) ions on complexation.
Both are half-wave spaced dual-dipole flat-panel antennas with typical VSWR of 1.
Yet when they came face to face for the first time, in the Top Of The Pops studio, all they managed was a half-wave.
he asks, raising his right hand in a friendly, almost embarrassed half-wave.
First he makes half-waves to illustrate crests and troughs, the high and low points of a wave.
A second paper entitled "Very Low Half-wave Voltage and High Electrooptic Effect in Mach-Zehnder Modulators Using Non-linear Optical Polymers" will be presented on August 30.
The multi-band bridge is enclosed in an aluminum housing and includes two half-wave dipole antennas.