transforming factor

trans·form·ing fac·tor

the DNA responsible for bacterial transformation.

trans·form·ing fac·tor

(trans-fōrm'ing fak'tŏr)
The DNA responsible for bacterial transformation.
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And we also define the noise transforming factor of transconductance stage [alpha]([omega]) = [[infinity].
And we also define the noise transforming factor of switching pairs [beta]([omega]) = [[infinity].
And we also define the effective noise transforming factor of switching pairs [[beta].
LO] will roughly increase the numerical value of effective noise transforming factor of switching pairs [[beta].
As shown in the next section, only by numerically computing several frequency-dependent noise transforming factors, the noise characteristic of the mixer can be conveniently predicted even if [f.
The reason for this is attributed to the deteriorated transforming factors c([omega]), [alpha]([omega]), [beta]([omega]), and [[beta].
Up until now Green Alpha Advisors has been doing their own research to identify and monitor eco-efficient businesses that are transforming factors such as energy security, technological innovations, globalization and climate change into strong growth drivers.
Exchanges are one of the most transforming factors ever to affect vertical markets," said Bob Parker, vice president of e-commerce strategy at AMR research, in the September 2000 AMR Research Report on E-Commerce Applications.

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