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  • (adj) vigorously energetic or forceful


  1. Altitun, a Swedish company specializing in high-power lasers for optical packet switching networks.
  2. Brief, high-power pulses of electrical energy throbbing through intricate circuitry are the heartbeats of modern radar.
  3. There, the power can be redirected to other high-power lines or stepped down to a lower voltage that is sent to neighborhood power lines.


  1. Canadian Broadcasting Vancouver Taps Jampro for High-Power FM Antenna System

    Sacramento, CA - Jampro Antennas, headquartered in Sacramento, California, was awarded a contract by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) to supply a high-power FM antenna system to provide very specific directional coverage of the Vancouver, British Columbia DMA. Broadcasting from a tower atop 4,754 foot high Mount Seymour, a Jampro model JAHD Arrowhead Dipole panel antenna will provide ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: ThomasNet

  2. Photon etc Tunable Filter Designed To Filter Supercontinuum Sources

    Photon etc. is proud to announce the release of the LLTF Contrast, the only widely tunable filter offering -60dB of isolation. Specially designed to filter Fianium’s high-power supercontinuum sources, the latest innovation provides minimal losses to get a tunable laser source with maximal power over the whole VIS-NIR range or the extended SWIR range. Serving more than supercontinuum filtering ...
    on June 7, 2013     Source: PhotonicsOnline

  3. SemiLEDs Broadens Vertical UV-LED Portfolio With Mid- and High-Power Offerings

    CHUNAN, Taiwan -- SemiLEDs Corporation , the world leader in vertical UV-LED technology solutions, today announced the release of two new product families, the 10-watt high-power N9 series, and the 0.17 ...
    on June 6, 2013     Source: GlobeNewswire via Yahoo! Finance


  • "Our ability to succeed at what we do is powerfully bound up with where we're from, and being a good pilot and coming from a high-power distance culture is a difficult mix," Gladwell writes.
    on Nov 21, 2008 By: Malcolm Gladwell Source: kwgn.com

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