milliwatt


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a unit of power equal to one thousandth of a watt

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264 compression of standard television images at less than 100 milliwatts.
The test cells produced an initial power density of 575 milliwatts per square centimeter at 0.
It has power output of 100 milliwatts and is capable of powering an MP3 music player for 20 hours on a single 2 cc charge of concentrated methanol, Toshiba said.
The OV2620 requires only 132 milliwatts of power in active mode and 33 microwatts of power in standby mode, making it ideal for portable applications.
The rats were divided into 4 groups and exposed for 2 hours each to power outputs of 0 (control), 10, 100, or 1,000 milliwatts, exposure levels that are roughly comparable to what a human mobile phone user might receive over the same time period.
Each beam is only about half a degree wide and is very low power -- 30 milliwatts, about the same as an illuminated watch.
According to Toshiba officials, the chip features low capacitance on-chip connections, without any degradation in performance; power dissipation is 80 milliwatts.
And the laser is safe--only 5 milliwatts in strength.
The intention of the program is to develop a one cubic centimeter AlphaVoltaic (AV) battery that can deliver 35 milliwatts continuously for many months to many years.