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re·flec·tor

(rē-flek'tŏr),
Any surface that reflects light, heat, or sound.

re·flec·tor

(rĕ-flek'tŏr)
Any surface that reflects light, heat, or sound.

reflector 

Any device that reflects light (e.g. glass-plate, prism, mirror).

reflector

a device for reflecting light or sound waves.
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The campaign has been initiated on the directives of deputy commissioner Mohammad Bakhtiar Khan who has directed the officials of the district administration and revenue department to stick reflectors on carts and three-wheelers in all the urban localities of Lakki.
Researchers have found that the reflectors can boost the signal by 6 decibels in areas it is desired and reduce it by 10 decibels in areas the user wishes to restrain the network in.
The Reflector typically publishes 7,000 copies and produces 50 issues a year.
The role of the conical reflector is to spread the acoustic field so that the number of transmitters/receivers can be minimized and the potential volume of interaction maximized.
Communications and Information Technology company Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS) announced on Tuesday the successful deployment of two unfurlable mesh antenna reflectors onboard the third Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) satellite of the US Navy built by Lockheed Martin (NYSE:LMT).
Jordan's experience with the 8-inch reflector provided a valuable lesson.
The high-performance reflector has a nine-meter diameter aperture when fully deployed and delivers a high-power signal to support the delivery of commercial-free music; premier sports talk and live events; comedy; news; exclusive talk and entertainment; and the most comprehensive Latin music; sports and talk programming in radio, to SiriusXM's 25.
To complement the many books on the theory and analysis of reflector antennas, engineers provide information about practical applications and design in different communications systems.
Having the same radiating aperture, the directivity of a Fresnel reflector is lower than a parabolic reflector.
Handbook of Reflector Antennas and Feed Systems Volume III: Applications of Reflectors
The shaping of reflector is to numerically define the surface of reflectors by conforming to specific rules.