propagation

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  • This propagation occurs most frequently during the summer months when high signal levels may be reached.
  • This is the case when the propagation time is much less than the period of the signal involved.
  • Radio propagation is also affected by several other factors determined by its path from point to point.
  • Weather conditions in the lower atmosphere can produce radio propagation over greater ranges than normal.
  • Her efforts were focused on the study of sound propagation in water.
  • This time delay therefore consists of the propagation times between the two points of a signal.
  • Currently four species are being grown in the propagation unit.
  • These may be removed for propagation, or left to produce additional fruits on the original plant.
  • Currently one research project, related to guava propagation, is carried out in this department.
  • In this phase the propagation rate of the current is approximately constant with time.
  • This species over recent years has seen an increase in its propagation in the United States and Europe.
  • This permitted the first complete theory of short-wave radio propagation.
  • Propagation through division only has a limited rate of success, as many plants that are divided go into shock and eventually die.
  • However, the throughput is generally the same under real world conditions due to radio propagation factors.
  • Thus only relatively few plants are needed for propagation.
  • If the sound source is deep and the conditions are right, propagation may occur in the 'deep sound channel'.
  • Christian mission is "an organized effort for the propagation of the Christian faith."
  • The study of radio propagation allows estimates of useful range to be made.
  • Both became significantly important to his understanding of selection and propagation.
  • The propagation of the Church of England occurred in three ways.
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Words starting with propagation

Meaning of propagation

  • noun The spreading of something (a belief or practice) into new regions
  • noun The movement of a wave through a medium