Reset Frequency: The frequency with which the floating rate changes.
Radio Frequency Interference (RFI): A high-frequency signal radiated by improperly shielded conductors. RFI can interfere with the operation of other electronic devices.
Radio-Frequency Fingerprinting: A process that identifies a cellular phone by the unique fingerprint that characterizes its signal transmission. RF fingerprinting is one process used to prevent cloning fraud, because a clo . . . View Full Definition
Rerack Or Reset: A call by a bowler asking that the pins be lifted from the alley and put back properly, because they're off spot.
Reset Bonds: Bonds that allow the initial interest rates to be adjusted on specific dates in order that the bonds trade at the value they had when they were issued.
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID): RFID first appeared in tracking and access applications during the 1980s. It is a method of remotely storing and retrieving data using devices called RFID tags/transponders and is coming int . . . View Full Definition
Radio Frequency (Rf): An alternating current or voltage with a frequency (or carrier wave) above about 100khz. It's called radio frequency because these frequencies have a capacity to be radiated as electromagnet . . . View Full Definition
Low Frequency: Refers to radio frequencies within the 30-300 khz band. In audio it usually refers to frequencies in the 20-160 Hz band.
Preset: A collection of system settings stored in a memory that is virtually instantly recallable, typically at the touch of a button.
Preset Focus Shooting: Technique in which focus is set at a predetermined setting and the shutter is released when the subject moves into the focus point.
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Penetration: When the ball is dribbled or passed inside the defensive area toward the basket.