It is associated with attributes such as data security, electrical isolation, low attenuation rate
; reduced cost, size, and weight; and increased bandwidth and electromagnetic interference immunity.
An increase in air temperature can cause an increase in the attenuation rate
of the fiber and produce a finer filament.
The attenuation rate
of PSV increased first and then decreased.
In Figure 10, at distances of 50-200 m from the blast area to the vibration monitoring point, the attenuation rate
for the dolomite and shale blasting is lower in the primary influence frequency band than in the secondary influence frequency band.
Prammer  presented the relation between the amplitude attenuation of NMR and the transverse relaxation time ([T.sub.2]) and pointed out that the fluid viscosity is correlated positively with the attenuation rate
of fluid amplitude.
Meanwhile, the vibration attenuation rate
in 110 Hz is 98% (in  it is 54.04%).
In the present paper, an innovative method is developed for reconstructing distribution of the attenuation rate
inside a reinforced concrete element from single-side measurements of AE activity.
where [alpha] is the duct attenuation rate
in dB/ft (dB/0.3 m).
It shows that the drag coefficient decreased as the waves decay under emergent conditions which resulted in reduction of the attenuation rate
. It was observed that the [C.sub.d] decreased with increasing Re.
Thus, the expected attenuation rate
of electromagnetic waves in a frequency band should be estimated when judging whether the use of RIM is justified in an exploration of the problem.
To obtain the power attenuation rate
, the attenuation constant of the composite electrical field, E = [square root of [E.sup.2.sub.x] + [E.sup.2.sub.y] + [E.sup.2.sub.z], must be calculated.
The attenuation rate
at the passband to stopband transition knee on the lower side of the stopband is 320 dB/GHz (attenuation: 12.2 dB at 1.30 GHz and 50.6 dB at 1.42 GHz), while on the upper side of the stopband it is 208.75 dB/GHz (attenuation: 31.2dB at 4.12GHz and 14.5dB at 4.2GHz).