free-space propagation

free-space propagation
laisvaerdvis sklidimas statusas T sritis radioelektronika atitikmenys: angl. free-space propagation vok. Freiraumausbreitung, f rus. распространение в свободном пространстве, n pranc. propagation en espace libre, f

Radioelektronikos terminų žodynas. – Vilnius : BĮ UAB „Litimo“. . 2000.

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