2 edition of use of remote active deflectors for feeding u.h.f. relay stations. found in the catalog.
use of remote active deflectors for feeding u.h.f. relay stations.
G. H. Millard
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In sinusoidal alternating current circuits the active power is the mean rate of energy conversion; the reactive power is the peak rate of circulation of stored energy; the apparent power is the product of r.m.s.
values of voltage and current. Power factor: The ratio between active power and apparent power.