directivity definition

  • noun:
    • the result of quake movement propagation being better in the direction of the rupture
    • the home of a microphone or antenna to be more sensitive to noises via one path than from another.
    • the smoothness to be directive.
    • the property of a microphone or antenna to be much more sensitive within one way compared to another
    • the grade of being directive
    • the end result of earthquake movement propagation becoming greater in direction of the rupture
    • the home of a microphone or antenna to be more sensitive to sounds originating from one way than from another.
    • the smoothness of being directive.
    • the house of a microphone or antenna to be much more painful and sensitive in a single way compared to another
    • the standard of being directive
    • the consequence of earthquake motion propagation being greater toward the rupture
    • the property of a microphone or antenna of being much more responsive to noises coming from one way than from another.
    • The character to be directive.
    • the home of a microphone or antenna of being more delicate within one way than in another
    • the standard of being directive

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