channel

1) канал
2) водоток; русло; фарватер
3) сток, сточная канава || рыть сточную канаву
4) жёлоб; выемка, паз || устраивать жёлоб; вырезать паз
5) архит. каннелюра
6) метал. боров
7) метал. швеллер
8) мн. ч. "мёртвые места" (в конвертере)
9) машиностр. проход (для рабочей среды)
10) канал (связи); тракт; трасса; ствол (в радиорелейной связи)
11) дорожка (магнитной ленты)
12) канал, канальная область (в полупроводниковых приборах)
13) ручей (уборочной машины)
channel with feedback — канал с обратной связью
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A channel
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active channel
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adjacent channel
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air channel
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allocated channel
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analog data transfer channel
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annular channel
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approach channel
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artificial channel
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aspirating channel
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assembly channel
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asymmetric channel
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audio channel
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average power channel
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average temperature channel
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B channel
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backward channel
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beam channel
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biological channel
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blade channel
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blocked channel
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boiling channel
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broadband channel
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broadcasting channel
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broadcast channel
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buried channel
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burst channel
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bypass channel
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byte multiplexer channel
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cable channel
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camera channel
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carrier-current channel
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carrier channel
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cascaded channel
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central fuel channel
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check channel
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chroma channel
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clock channel
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closed-circuit TV channel
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closure channel
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coin channel
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collecting channel
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color channel
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color film channel
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color telecine projection channel
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communications channel
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communication channel
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control channel
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control-rod channel
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convergent-divergent channel
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cooling channel
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core channel
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data transfer channel
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data channel
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dedicated channel
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dial-up channel
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die channel
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digital communication channel
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digital channel
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direct access channel
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discharge channel
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discrete channel
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display channel
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diversion channel
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diversity channel
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divertor channel
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Doppler-shifted channel
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downstream channel
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drain channel
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drainage channel
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duplex channel
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engine main oil channel
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engineering channel
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entrance channel
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equalizer bar channel
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exhaust channel
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experimental channel
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expulsion smoke channel
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fading channel
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fast-safety channel
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feedback channel
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fiber optic communication channel
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fiber optic channel
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film channel
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fire channel
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fish bypass channel
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fixed-tuned channel
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flood relief channel
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flow channel
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flowing channel
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flux-measuring channel
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forward channel
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frequency channel
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fuel channel
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fuel return channel
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Gaussian channel
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guard channel
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gun barrel channel
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half-duplex channel
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head channel
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headrace channel
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high Reynolds number channel
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highest-grade channel
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hot channel
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I channel
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idle channel
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image channel
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induced channel
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induction smoke channel
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information channel
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inlet channel
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input channel
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input-output channel
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instrument channel
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intake channel
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integrated channel
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intercepting channel
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interference channel
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intermediate-frequency channel
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internally finned channel
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inversion channel
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ionospheric channel
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jammed channel
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L stereo channel
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leased channel
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left audio channel
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line-of-sight channel
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long-distance channel
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lubrication channel
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luminance channel
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main channel
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main drainage channel
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main ship channel
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measuring channel
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memory channel
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memoryless channel
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molding channel
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monophonic channel
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motion channel
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multipath channel
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multiplexer channel
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multiplex channel
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multiuser channel
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narrow-band channel
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navigable channel
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near infrared channel
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noiseless channel
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noisy channel
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nonsynchronized channel
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n-type channel
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ocean color channel
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oil channel
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one-way channel
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optical channel
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output channel
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overflow channel
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picture channel
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pilot channel
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pitch channel
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plasma channel
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power mismatch channel
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power range channel
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power-level channel
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primary channel
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primary-color channel
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process channel
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p-type channel
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Q channel
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quantum channel
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R stereo channel
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radio channel
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radioactivity measurement channel
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radio-frequency channel
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read channel
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recording channel
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recording-duplicating channel
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reference channel
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relay channel
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replay channel
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return channel
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right audio channel
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roll channel
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rolled steel channel
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roll-formed channel
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roof-support channel
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running channel
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safety channel
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scatter channel
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scavenge channel
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sea channel
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secondary channel
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selector channel
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service channel
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short channel
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shutdown channel
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side channel
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signaling channel
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simplex channel
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simulated fuel channel
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simultaneous channels
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skew-back channel
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sloping loop channel
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sluiceway channel
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sodium-filled channel
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sodium channel
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sole channel
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sound channel
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sow channel
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spark channel
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speech channel
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sprocket channel
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stationary channel
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stereophonic channel
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stereo channel
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supervisory channel
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supply channel
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surface channel
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switched channel
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symmetrical channel
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symmetric channel
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synchronizing channel
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tailrace channel
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taxi channel
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telecine projection channel
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telecine channel
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telecommunications channel
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telecommunication channel
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telegraph channel
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telemetering channel
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telemeter channel
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television channel
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through channel
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time-derived channels
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time-varying channel
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timing channel
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top channel
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training channel
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transmission channel
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two-way channel
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uncharged fuel channel
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vane channel
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vertical channel
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video-frequency vision channel
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video vision channel
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video-frequency channel
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video channel
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voice-band voice-grade channel
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voice voice-grade channel
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voice-band channel
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voice channel
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wasteway channel
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water channel
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whip channel
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wide-band channel
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wind channel
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wireless channel
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wire-tap channel
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write channel
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Y channel
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yaw channel

Англо-русский словарь технических терминов. 2005.

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