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modulation of the frequency of the (radio) carrier wave


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Caption: Figure 3--runtime method: from the runtime of the reflected millimeter waves (at the boundary layers), which are continuously frequency modulated, tube dimensions are defined
To solve this problem, a wideband radar echo simulation model for midcourse precessional target is developed in this paper, where the micro-motion model, electromagnetic scattering calculation and linear frequency modulated radar signal model are integrated.
Jiang, "Sidelobe reduction with nonlinear frequency modulated waveforms," Proceedings of IEEE CSPA Conference, 399-403, 2011.
The DR7000 Series utilizes Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave (FMCW) technology that offers superior signal-processing capabilities.
The more technical description is: "Non-contact, three-dimensional surface measurement using frequency modulated and optical phase-shifting interferometry.
Chapter 13 includes the fundamentals of frequency-division multiplexing, amplitude modulation, radio frequency detection, frequency modulated signals and mixer circuits.
The Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS) is a family of Very High Frequency (VHF), Frequency Modulated (FM) radio sets.
Suitable for use in hazardous areas, the BM 702 level gauge is reputed to be the first 2-wire Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave (FMCW) radar level device.
The frequency modulated pulse is transmitted and received just like a fixed-frequency pulse, but in the receiver, it passes through a compressive filter.
This acoustic frequency modulated signal has a center frequency of 90 kHz and a 20 kHz bandwidth.
AMPS transmits an unencrypted analog frequency modulated (FM) signal, which can be intercepted with any FM receiver, such as a scanner.
Blighter radars combine patented solid-state Passive Electronic Scanning Array (PESA) technology with advanced Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave (FMCW) and Doppler processing to provide a robust and persistent surveillance capability and an unmatched combination of high reliability, accuracy and performance with a low cost of ownership.
The Centerwave 6000 is said to be key technology for quality assurance during the extrusion of big tubes, and features several transceivers arranged around the circumference of a tube, sending and receiving continuous frequency modulated millimeter waves for a non-contact and [micro]m-precise online measurement of diameter, ovality and wall thickness for larger tubes during the extrusion.
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