loss

loss
1) потеря; потери
2) потери передачи, потери при передаче
3) затухание, ослабление

loss per pass — потери за один проход

loss per transit — потери за один проход

loss per unit length — потери на единицу длины, погонные потери

- acoustic loss
- air loss
- angle deviation loss
- angular deviation loss
- apparent power loss
- arc loss
- arc-drop loss
- attenuation loss
- azimuth loss
- beam-shape loss
- bending loss
- branching loss
- bremsstrahiung loss
- bridging loss
- bulk loss
- cable loss
- cavity loss
- cladding loss
- coax loss
- coil loss
- coincidence loss
- cold loss
- conduction loss
- conversion loss
- copper loss
- core loss
- corona loss
- counting loss
- cross-polarization loss
- crosstalk loss
- detail loss
- dielectric loss
- diffraction loss
- display loss
- dissociation loss
- divergence loss
- eddy-current loss
- edge loss
- end loss
- equivalent articulation loss
- forward power loss
- fractional counting loss
- free-space loss
- Fresnel loss
- friction loss
- gap loss
- guide material loss
- head alignment loss
- heat loss
- high-field loss
- high-frequency loss
- I2R loss
- in-and-out loss
- incidental loss
- incremental hysteresis loss
- insertion loss
- interaction loss
- inverse loss
- iron loss
- Joule heat loss
- junction loss
- line loss
- line-of-sight loss
- loss of data
- loss of efficiency
- loss of frame alignment
- loss of gate control
- loss of lock rate
- low-field loss
- low-frequency loss
- magnetic hysteresis loss
- magnetic lag loss
- magnetic loss
- minimum expected loss
- mirror conduction loss
- mirror transmission loss
- mismatch loss
- mode-dependent loss
- net loss
- no-load loss
- offset loss
- ohmic loss
- passband loss
- path loss
- piezoelectric loss
- playback loss
- pointing loss
- polarization mismatch loss
- power loss
- processing loss
- propagation loss
- radiation loss
- recording loss
- reflection loss
- refraction loss
- relaxation loss
- residual loss
- resistance loss
- resistive loss
- return loss
- reverse power loss
- rotational hysteresis loss
- round-trip loss
- scanning loss
- scattering loss
- selective loss
- self-field loss
- separation loss
- single-pass loss
- spacing loss
- specific loss
- spillover loss
- spreading loss
- structural return loss
- superradiant-fluorescent loss
- thermoelastic loss
- thickness loss
- through loss
- tilt loss
- tolerance loss
- tracking loss
- transducer loss
- transformer load loss
- transformer loss
- transformer no-load loss
- transformer total loss
- transition loss
- translation loss
- transmission loss
- two-way loss
- vignetting loss
- volt-ampere loss
- walk-off loss

The New English-Russian Dictionary of Radio-electronics. . 2005.

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  • Loss — (l[o^]s; 115), n. [AS. los loss, losing, fr. le[ o]san to lose. [root]127. See {Lose}, v. t.] 1. The act of losing; failure; destruction; privation; as, the loss of property; loss of money by gaming; loss of health or reputation. [1913 Webster]… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • loss — (n.) O.E. los loss, destruction, from P.Gmc. *lausa (see LOSE (Cf. lose)). The modern word, however, probably evolved 14c. with a weaker sense, from lost, the original pp. of lose. Phrase at a loss (1590s) originally refers to hounds losing the… …   Etymology dictionary

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