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[loh-pou-er] /ˈloʊˈpaʊ ər/
(of a radio station) having the power to broadcast to a radius of only 10 to 15 miles (16 to 24 km).
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  • Also, look for computers with the new generation of low-power chips.
  • Many attendee badges had a low-power radio transmitter circuit built right into the badge.
  • They illuminated the chamber using a second, standard low-power laser, enabling them to see and measure any droplets produced.
  • These are employed to trap photons so that they can be exploited efficiently in, for example, low-power lasers.
  • Exit signs are illuminated by low-power light-emitting diodes.
  • These would reveal the extent of any tumour if illuminated with a low-power beam.
  • They were more likely to risk losing the money than the low-power people and to report feeling powerful.
  • Most access will probably be via high-speed, low-power radio links.
  • HP will be the first commercial producer of servers for data centers built with low-power cellphone chips.
  • It's light, and there's a handle with a low-power, e-ink display.

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