The presence of side lobes comes from the geometric symmetry of the medium intrinsically linked to its modal properties.
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SL stands for Side Lobe
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Table i shows the relationship between the number of recurrences used in the filter output calculation and the attenuation of the first side lobe of the stop-band.
The differential diagnosis of linear structures which appear in LAA may also include prominent pectinate muscles, side lobe artifacts and partial resorbtion of prior LAA thrombi.
Intellian's proven Wide Range Search (WRS) Algorithm ensures faster acquisition of the narrower Ka-band satellite signals, and is uniquely suited to search, find and hold Ka-band beams by jumping from side lobes to the main lobe.
Powerwave's 700 MHz antenna family offers as much as one decibel in gain above competing offerings, and boasts superior upper side lobe suppression for reduced site-to-site interference - a critical requirement for 4G networks.
Redundancy was also built into the system by using a side lobe off the donor antenna to target a secondary cell server which could be used if the primary server was not available.
Additionally, the new antennas boast superior upper side lobe suppression for reduced site-to-site interference - a critical requirement for 4G networks.
This precise beam control suppresses the side lobe artifacts around 10dB from conventional systems, at any frequency, with any transducer and at any focus depth.