Range (Audio)

Technology / Home Audio / Range (Audio): Usually described as frequency range, this is a system's frequency transmission limits, beyond which the frequency is attenuated below a specified tolerance. Also, the frequency band or bands within which a receiver or component is designed to operate.

Other Words for Range

Range Verb Synonyms: cover, traverse, roam, rove, travel over or across, go or pass over, drift, migrate, wander, move, extend
Range Adjective Synonyms: scope, sweep, reach, limit, extent, span, area, radius, distance, compass, latitude, stretch, sphere, orbit
Range Noun Synonyms: kitchen range, (cooking-) stove, cooker, trade mark Aga, cook-stove
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Range Finders

Entertainment / Bowling / Range Finders: Markers in the lane that help the bowler determine the target line. There are two sets of such markers: ten dots located seven feet past the foul line and seven arrows arranged in a triangle beginning MORE

Range Control

Technology / Radar / Range Control: Selects the scale used by the display and sets the distance between the range rings to correspond with the range selected. The prf and pulse length are adjusted automatically as the range setting is c MORE

Range Bin

Technology / Radar / Range Bin: Discrete element along a single radial of radar data at which the received signals are sampled. Range bins from poldirad data are spaced at multipes from 150 m intervals. See also sample volume. MORE

Range Betterment Fund

Business / Agriculture / Range Betterment Fund: Money collected from livestock grazing on federal lands and used for rangeland improvements. The Bureau of Land Management calls these funds Range Improvement Funds and uses them solely for labor, mat MORE

Range Finders (Alley Sights)

Entertainment / Bowling / Range Finders (Alley Sights): 5 targets, each 1X7 inch, 6½ inches apart; forming a 2 foot long arrowhead centered 20 feet beyond the foul-line installed in many candlepin centers. MORE

Range Forward

Business / Finance / Range Forward: A forward exchange rate contract that places upper and lower bounds on the future cost of foreign exchange. MORE

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