transmission curve

transmission curve 

A graph in which the transmission of an optical medium is plotted against the wavelength. See tinted lens.
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5) in transmission curve smoothly increases, resulting in the almost linearly ascent of the current, and the maximum current at 0.
There are four band gaps in the transmission curve for four YIG rods alone, which is induced by the negative permeability around the four FMR frequency regions.
At higher input power Figure 6(b) demonstrate a vertical shifting of transmission curve with the change of temperature.
The transmission curve for a high contrast filter is shown in Figure 12)
NIR3 is also a long-pass filter, with a transmission curve strongly defined by the decreasing sensitivity of the specific CCD.
While the slope of the cutoff can be estimated from a transmission curve, the slope factor quantifies this value.
The chart shows the percent transmission curves for PET bottle walls made with Americhem's green and amber concentrates contrasted with the transmission curve for natural PET in the same thickness.
Furthermore, the filter transmission curve profiles are polarization independent, thus ensuring that there is no variation in the transmission behavior with polarization.
The simulated transmission curve of the SRR on the foam with a permittivity of 1.
3 nanometers (January issue, page 129) falls entirely within the transmission curve of the red filter.
When the number of nodes is greater than 800, the number of RCS transmission curves begin to become smooth, which means that the number of transmissions based on the RCS method will not increase drastically as the network nodes continue to increase.

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