Empirical Formula for Propagation Loss in Land Mobile Radio Services.
What does PROPLOSS stand for?
PROPLOSS stands for Propagation Loss
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- Propagation Analysis Environment
- Promotion et Participation pour la Coopération Économique (French financial development institution)
- Associação Instituto de Promoção de Paz (Portuguese: Associated Institute for the Promotion of Peace; Mozambique)
- Passionate Rational Objectivists Promoting Exuberant Living (trademark of Rebirth of Reason)
- Progressive Peak Tracing
- Programa de Prevensión y Erradicación de la Violencia Intrafamiliar (Guatemala, judicial branch program)
- Program for Research on Private Higher Education (Albany, NY)
- Pro-Active Rehabilitation of Outside Plant using Heuristic Expert Techniques
- Program for Research on Oxidants: Photochemistry, Emissions, and Transport (Department of Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Space Sciences; University of Michigan; Ann Arbor, MI)
- Proprietary Information
- Proto Planetary Disk (astrophysicist C. Robert O'Dell of Rice University)
- Property Management
- Property Manager (software)
- Planning and Research of Policies for Land Use and Transport for Increasing Urban Sustainability
- Corporacion de Promocion para la Pequena Empresa
- Peers Running Organized Play Stations (Canada)
- People Reforming Opinions Positively of Syracuse (Syracuse, New York)
- Property-Based Test Pattern Generator
- Person's Relating to Others Questionnaire
- Patient-Reported Outcome and Quality of Life Instruments Database (Mapi Research Trust; France)
Samples in periodicals archive:
It is well known that fluorinated polymers not only have low propagation loss but also show increased chemical stability (9), but this series of polymers have the drawback of poor adhesion because of their inert nature and low surface energies (10).
55 microns), Tokyo Institute of Technology and Fujitsu Laboratories successfully minimized the PZT propagation loss to less than one decibel per centimeter (1dB/cm) which is approximately one-tenth (1/10) the loss that had been incurred with existing technologies.