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sone

(sōn),
A unit of loudness; a pure tone of 1000 Hz at 40 dB above the normal threshold of audibility has a loudness of 1 sone.
[L. sonus, sound]

sone

(sōn) [L. sonus, sound]
A unit of loudness; the loudness of a pure tone of 1000 cycles per second, 40 decibels above the listener's threshold of hearing.

Sone

A brand name for PREDNISONE.
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Hopefully providers will be able to utilize SONAR to make more informed decisions, track the storm and activity surrounding it, and ultimately provide faster relief services to the affected area," Craig Fuller, CEO and Founder of FreightWaves stated.
- Side-effects on marine life from the usage of sonar shall be the main challenge for the market.
This is the first by sonar for many years," added Mr Campbell.
On my boat, one console unit is dedicated to 2-D and side-looking sonar, while the other 10-inch screen runs a big lake map, and occasionally, a secondary 2-D sonar perspective.
Side-scan sonars emit pulses down towards the seafloor across a wide-angle while being towed from a boat.
In addition to the company's API partnership with Sonar, Preseem empowers WISPs to monitor & optimize their subscriber's quality of experience, reduce subscriber churn, reduce network costs and improve profitability.
Sonar image preprocessing is the foundation of the sonar image processing and an indispensable part of image recognition [10-13].
Caption: Audio recordings from the Arctic suggest that narwhals take directional sonar to the extreme.
Active sonars both project sound and listen for it bouncing off underwater threats (unlike a passive sonar, which merely listens).
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Says Humminbird "Visualize it as a thin sonar wall extending 150 feet to either side of your vessel.