from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A unit of power equal to one thousandth (10-3) of a watt.
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- n. One thousandth ( 10-3 ) of a watt, abbreviated as mW.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a unit of power equal to one thousandth of a watt
"During a search of the passenger's baggage, Customs officers allegedly found 360 laser pointers, each with an emission level greater than one milliwatt which is over the permitted limit," a Customs spokesman said.
"During a search of the passenger&squo; s baggage, Customs officers allegedly found 360 laser pointers, each with an emission level greater than one milliwatt which is over the permitted limit," a Customs spokesman said.
Studies have shown that daily exposure to microwave emissions shouldn't exceed more than 1 milliwatt per minute, but average microwave use exceeds this.
Another way to geek up your BlackBerry is to change its signal strength indicator from bars to numbers that tell how many decibels per milliwatt the device is transmitting.
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Legally, under current Federal Communications Commission regulations, milliwatt microradios with a limited transmission range are about the only way individuals can launch their own radio stations.
The microwave output is harmless, in the 15-50 milliwatt range, a long ways from that needed to pop popcorn.
The radiated field components were measured at less than a milliwatt and are entirely negligible.
I haven't much hope of reaching anyone with my five milliwatt suit transmitter but I'll keep trying.
"It's going to take every milliwatt of power we've got in this hookup to tap his beam, but I think I've got Helmuth direct instead of through a pirate-ship relay!"
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