fading

  1. weakening in force or intensity
  2. become less clearly visible or distinguishable; disappear gradually or seemingly
  3. lose freshness, vigor, or vitality
  4. disappear gradually; as of emotions, for example
  5. become feeble

Fading

In wireless communications, fading is deviation of the attenuation affecting a signal over certain propagation media. The fading may vary with time, geographical position or radio frequency, and is often modeled as a random process. A fading channel is a communication channel comprising fading. In wireless systems, fading may either be due to mult...
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fading

(from the article `telecommunications media`) ...by a combination of atmospheric wave propagation, surface wave propagation, ground reflection, and ionospheric reflection. In some cases this ...
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fading

[adj] - losing color
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Fading

• (n.) Loss of color, freshness, or vigor. • (n.) An Irish dance; also, the burden of a song. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Fade • (a.) Losing freshness, color, brightness, or vigor.
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Fading

Fad'ing adjective Losing freshness, color, brightness, or vigor. -- noun Loss of color, freshness, or vigor. -- Fad'ing*ly , adverb -- Fad'ing*ness , noun
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Fading

Fad'ing noun An Irish dance; also, the burden of a song. ' Fading is a fine jig.' [ Obsolete] Beau. & Fl.
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Fading

A lightening of paint or stain due to exposure to light, heat or weather.
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Fading

A process in which the intensity of a dye's color diminishes over time, due to repeated bleeding or bleaching out of the dye, from exposure to water, sunlight, etc.
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Fading

All carpet (like any textile product) is subject to color changes over time. This change is very gradual and is caused by oxidation through exposure to the open air within the home. Due to damaging ultra-violet rays, areas exposed to sunlight are subject to more dramatic color changes.
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fading

gradual introduction or elimination of programme signals during a programme NOTE - Associated term: to fade.
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fading

Gradually removing a training prop or a rigid requirement for performance (eg. €œfading€ a 2o2o in favor of running contacts).
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fading

loss of information under certain circumstances such as storage, transmission or temperature change
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fading

Refers to the condition of a book; describes the loss of color on the pages, dust jacket, or the cover of the book, which is usually caused by time or exposure to sunlight.
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Fading

The fading was an old Irish dance of the jig type.
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fading

The loss of color due to exposure to light, heat or weathering.
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fading

The loss of color due to exposure to light, heat or weathering.
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Fading

The loss of or change of colour density, generally accelerated by exposure to sunlight
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Fading

The loss of or change of colour density, generally accelerated by exposure to sunlight.
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fading

variation in the magnitude of an electromagnetic field or of the power of a signal due to time variations of the propagation conditions NOTE - When a reference value, such as the free space value, is used the term 'fading' may be restricted to a temporary and significant decrease in the magnitude of the electromagnetic field or of the power of the ...
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