A reliable cell phone booster can make reception issues a thing of the past. Traditionally, boosters are installed on the phone itself; they're housed under the battery cover with a reversible adhesive, making them easy to remove in the future. Alternatively, you can install them around your household and car. Booster antennas can drastically reduce the risk of dropped calls on the road, or simply increase your reception in otherwise patchy areas of your home.
By making it shorter.
To reduce travel time, costs and hazards.
The amount of time spent in the shower and the amount of water used.
Run a shorter distance at the same speed.
You can take shorter showers, when you brush your teeth turn the water off.
Take shorter showers. You may not realize it but this saves a lot of water.
Yes but the sheep farmer normally cuts it off shorter to reduce the incidence of flystrike.
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reduce the time it took to transport goods
Lampshade. Lower wattage bulbs. Shorter 'on' times. And the off switch.
Decrease light availability. Reduce water. Reduce the available concentration of carbon dioxide (if this is an option for you).
There is a neat little function that is available to expand the answer box and then reduce it thereafter. It is located to the bottom right of the answer window represented by an up and a down arrow. Clicking the down arrow will make the window longer where the up arrow makes the window shorter.
Drag can be reduced by removing or covering anything creating drag. Antennas, side trim, even the shape of the body create drag. The smoother the surfaces and the less parts sticking out the lower drag.
Yes. . it is concrete. . and it is close. . ever driven through a tunnel, even a short one, and had problems with radio reception. So yes. . a concrete wall could reduce signal
Supportive therapy is available to reduce the symptoms of drooling, twitching, and ataxia, but individual responses to specific medications vary.
To reduce the cost of trade, and shorten the time to move goods from one place to another.
Weight is what affects recoil. Cut the barrel, reduce the weight, recoil will increase if all else is equal.
Education, available contraceptives and reduction of peer pressure.
To reduce water waste, shorter showers can be taken, and sprinklers can be turned off. Other ways are turning off the water when brushing teeth, and only washing clothes or dishes when there is a full load.
Have more jobs available for the people who are unemployed/ create more jobs.
The length of the sides change and become longer or shorter but the angles stay the same.The enclosed area also changes.
The main differences have to do with their frequency of operation: AM radio and SW radio antennas operate at much lower frequencies than TV and FM radio antennas. An optimal low frequency antenna is much longer (and is usually operated in "quarter wave" mode to reduce its length) than an optimal high frequency antenna (which is usually operated in "half wave" or even "full wave" mode). However these differences are typically more significant at the transmitter antenna than at the receiver antenna. AM radio receivers often use a nonadjustable ferrite coil antenna or flattened coil antenna hidden inside the receiver to produce the effect of a long nearly optimal antenna in a small space. TV and FM radio antennas are often an adjustable whip antenna or rabbit ears antenna mounted on top of the TV or radio, making it easier for the user to optimize reception on different stations.
The concept is, greater the frequency less will be the size of antenna and weight. For example the Mobile Phone uses the half wave dipoles antenna. There is no exact formula for calculating these antennas. The problem is that there are several factors that affect the antenna. Fortunately there is a starting formula for these types of antennas. For center fed, wire dipole antennas, the formula is length of antenna = 468/freq (MHz). Mobile phone in GSM working on the frequencies 900 MHz and 1800 MHz so put the values in the formula you get your answer. If you move further in the frequency band the size will be more small.
To reduce water consumption, you can... *Take shorter showers. *Don't leave the tap running. *Do dishes faster. *Wash your car less often. *Water plants in the early morning. *Recycle materials (can, aluminum, plastic, paper, cardboard, ect.)