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maser

 [ma´zer]
a device that produces an extremely intense, small and nearly nondivergent beam of monochromatic radiation in the microwave region, with all the waves in phase.
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Claire Gmachl, who was not involved in the research and is Princeton's Eugene Higgins Professor of Electrical Engineering and a pioneer in the field of semiconductor lasers, said that because lasers, masers and other forms of coherent light sources are used in communications, sensing, medicine and many other aspects of modern life, the study is an important one.
The team is also looking at getting the maser to operate over a range of microwave frequencies, instead of a narrow bandwidth, which would make the technology more useful.
MaSeR's Lauren Roman says the company then sends the material through a granulator, which completes the size reduction on the front end.
Ground-based telescopes have their own local oscillators on hand, usually hydrogen masers. But these are too big, too heavy, and too likely to need servicing to put on the satellite, so instead the local oscillator signal will be piped up from the tracking stations, each of which has its own hydrogen maser.
Fresh resin ducts accumulate in the arboreal nest forming the inner lining and base of the nest (Benson and Borell, 1931; Maser, 1966).
The device was first called an optical maser, but since it could be described as light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation, the initials of that phrase were used and it came to be called a laser.
In his previous books, The Redesigned Forest and Forest Primeval, Maser the forest ecologist knew where he was.
The organisation was told by the Charities Regulator the artwork, painted by street artist Maser, was "in breach of the Charities Act 2009".
Maser - an acronym for microwave amplification by stimulated emission of radiation - emissions are associated with early and late stages of a star's life.
Lawyers Brian Maser and Gregg Corbo were on hand to provide reference material and support to the board.
of Iowa College of Medicine); Endicott (clinical psychology, Columbia U., New York); Maser (retired, NIMH; psychiatry, U.