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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.
He stressed that ICT Traffic Police should urgently arrange reflectors at all road blockers and speed breakers to avoid more such tragic incidents.
HERAEUS NOBLELIGHT says its new solid reflector infrared module (SRM) can significantly speed up heating or improve quality in the processing of thin and sensitive materials such as textiles or tissues and its special construction, incorporating external, top-mounted radial fans, air inlets and outlets, eliminates any air movement over the substrate to be heated, avoiding heat losses due to convection and any possibility of thermal shock.
Figure 6 shows the experimental set-up for through transmission measurements using two transducers (one transmitter, Tx, and one receiver, Rx) with two conical reflectors in the 180[degrees] configuration and the received signal measured using the 250 kHz and the 40 kHz transducers.
Presiding over a meeting here Friday, CTO Arif Shahbaz said that education unit of traffic police had been mobilised to control road accidents and paste reflectors on all vehicles including trucks.
Tenders are invited for barrier reflectors & lds (linear delineation systems).
The CATR uses a source antenna which radiates a spherical wavefront and one or more secondary reflectors to collimate the radiated spherical wavefront into a planar wavefront within the desired test zone.
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).
Texereau's first telescopes were homemade 10- and 20-inch reflectors.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-March 4, 2014-Harris-designed antenna reflectors deployed for Sirius FM-6 satellite
Vanguard supplied all of the composite reflectors for the THAICOM 6 spacecraft, and was responsible for the structural design, analysis, fabrication, assembly and testing of all three of the spacecraft's composite reflectors.