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Synonyms for Doppler

Austrian physicist famous for his discovery of the Doppler effect (1803-1853)

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Doppler Labs is an immersive wearable tech company dedicated to creating technology that makes computing more engaging and more human.
What Doppler Labs has created with Here is a leap forward in how we experience live music and also how we experience the world around us," said Paola Prestini.
The Here Active Listening System gives you the tools to have the perfect listening experience every time," said Noah Kraft, CEO and Co-Founder of Doppler Labs.
Ultrasonic Doppler blood flow meters accounted for the largest share of the market in 2012 and are poised to grow at a CAGR of 10.
While legacy radars with coherent Doppler processing would send multiple pulses in a single direction while receiving and processing the reflected energy, this new technique allows for the radar pulses to be sent in multiple directions in an interleaved fashion, and processed in a complex way," he wrote in an email.
In these studies, feasibility and reproducibility of evaluation of left or right ventricular functions by tissue Doppler echocardiographic methods given above have been investigated.
It certainly looks like a wise investment made in Doppler radars can help in monsoon forecasting, particularly the heavy rain from monsoon processes," he added.
It is impossible to imagine practising fetal medicine without Doppler in the 21st century.
The overall decrease in cesarean sections appears to be confined to emergency procedures, which leads us to believe that clinicians with no access to Doppler studies are more often faced with a seriously compromised baby in labor," they said.
Thanking the Lodge for its donation, Heidi Clark, clinical lead for Middlesbrough, Redcar and Cleveland Specialist Musculoskeletal Services, said: "Unfortunately such machines are not available in every clinical location so the addition of a new Doppler machine will be highly valued by the service.
Doppler ultrasound is a noninvasive diagnostic tool with increasing utility in the assessment of chronic and acute mesenteric ischemia caused by atheromatous and thrombotic phenomenon.
All participants underwent standard pulsed Doppler echocardiography and pulsed Doppler myocardial imaging (DMI), as well as 24-hour Holter monitoring.
That's the ``Live Doppler 7,000+,'' the $1 million state-of-the-art radar tower that KABC (Channel 7) built to give its viewers real-time weather reports.
The Doppler Effect causes a broadening of the spectral lines obtained from gaseous samples.
Doppler ultrasound, a more sensitive technology than conventional ultrasound, can detect congestive heart failure in a six-week-old embryo, according to a study based on results for 1,530 pregnant women.