a technique used in radio interferometry in which the signal from one of the two antennae is periodically reversed in phase before being multiplied by the signal from the other antenna
- Phase transition
phase transition A change in a feature of a physical system that results in a discrete transition of that system to another state. For example, the melting of ice is a phase transition of water from a solid phase to a liquid phase. Phase transitions often involve the absorption or emission of energy from the […]
noun, Physics. 1. the velocity with which a simple harmonic wave is propagated, equal to the wavelength divided by the period of vibration.
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1. a combining form used in the names of speech disorders, as specified by the initial element: aphasia. combining form 1. indicating speech disorder of a specified kind: aphasia -phasia suff. A speech disorder of a specified kind: dysphasia.