coefficient of reflection

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Synonyms for coefficient of reflection

the fraction of radiant energy that is reflected from a surface

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p]) as well as the higher values of the reflection coefficient in the As-affected ([S.
To calculate the complex permittivity of a liquid, we measured the reflection coefficient r0, from 10 MHz to 1 GHz, using a vector network analyzer.
The synthetic seismogram in Figure 2 provided an accurate model when it was inverted, considering the 2 ms seismic resolution and the tiny difference between the expected and obtained reflection coefficients.
i](f) = [+ or -]1} denotes the linear cover obtained by varying the reflection coefficient [k.
On the other hand, the ultrasound reflection coefficient is inversely proportional to the surface roughness.
In these calculations we assume the reflection coefficient of the plant cell membrane is 1 (i.
The bedrock interface reflection coefficient is an important parameter which shows that a bedrock fracture is filled with water.
Fundamentally, ERL may be related to the magnitude squared of the reflection coefficient at an impedance discontinuity.
For a two-port network excited at port 1 by a singletone excitation at the fundamental frequency, we can extract an input reflection coefficient given by
We propose a non-invasive method of determining fractional volumetric soil moisture content (SMC) as a function of depth, using measurements of the reflection coefficient of radio waves at the soil surface.
For users running linear analyses like AC Gain, Reflection Coefficient, Linear Noise Factor, and Impedance Matching, GoldenGate 3.
The reflection coefficient (R) as well as the absorption coefficient ([alpha]) of the material can then he evaluated using the following equations (11):
Digital designers are familiar with reflection coefficients (from reflections of transmission lines in the time domain), and the Return Loss can be viewed as the reflection coefficient of the interconnect in the frequency domain.
opt] is the value of the input reflection coefficient for which the minimum of [T.