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cw

1. Clinically warranted.
2. Consistent with.
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Suchalkin, "Continuous wave operation of diode lasers at 3.36 [micro]m at 12[degrees]C," Applied Physics Letters, vol.
To determine whether the power of the laser beam influenced the DNA repair enzyme activity, plasmids were exposed to lasers at 100 J/[cm.sup.2] in continuous wave emission mode at various powers.
When continuous wave in freestream is simulated, t2 should be taken to infinity theoretically; however, t2 should only be large enough to enable the flow field to reach period state in practice.
“Green laser diodes are the newest technology in the continuous wave based diode market and the market is still at a nascent stage.
Our target is to break the existing record for riding the longest continuous wave. But we also want to make the record attempt worthwhile and make a difference by raising vital funds for the First Aid Africa charity which carries out such crucial work.
Radar sensors use Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave to reliably detect moving or stationary objects even in extreme weather conditions.
Relatively conventional treatment is given on Guassian beams, "standing wave" cavities, continuous wave laser theory, electro-optical and acousto-optical modulation, and some nonlinear optics theory.
The TH 4092 is able to deliver 500W peak and 350W continuous wave (CW) intended for large earth-station uplinks for broadcast and Internet DTH (Direct-to-Home) applications.
The TWT 9823 operates over the 30 to 45 GHz frequency band, including the 33 to 36 GHz radar band, using focus electrode modulation to allow continuous wave and pulse operation.
Continuous wave Doppler revealed 200 mmHg pressure gradient across the stenotic pulmonary valve associated with secondary hypertrophic subpulmonary stenosis (Fig.
The DR7000 Series utilizes Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave (FMCW) technology that offers superior signal-processing capabilities.
Although the new particle counter has been launched as a low cost device, it incorporates advanced laser technology, with an optomechanical, continuous wave single point source laser (SPSL).

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