microwave spectrum

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the part of the electromagnetic spectrum corresponding to microwaves

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In addition to the X-Series, Yang said, Agilent's new FieldFox Handheld Microwave Spectrum Analyzers (Figure 2) are equipped to handle tasks from routine maintenance to in-depth troubleshooting.
FieldFox microwave spectrum analysers provide industry-leading amplitude accuracy of +-0.5 dB at power-up, with no warm-up required, allowing field users to instantly and precisely characterize transmitter power.
One of the first lab studies Suenram worked on with Johnson and Lafferty was the microwave spectrum of cyanamide (94), which had been detected in the Sgr B2 interstellar cloud by Turner et al.
(1970) Microwave spectrum and internal rotation of isopropyl alcohol.
Elcoma[euro](tm)s ultra-high speed switching synthesiser technology and Ka-band microwave spectrum expertise will potentially raise the value of Frequencya[euro](tm)s current content per single satellite payload of USD10m (EUR7.6m) to over USD25m.
Scanning the rest of the microwave spectrum is an array of 22 microwave receivers, similar to those used on WMAP but cooled to 20 kelvins by one of Planck's three cryocoolers.
Microwave spectrum and structure of hydrogen bonded water dimer.
Carla Feldman joined the company in 1985 and held a variety of product marketing and management positions in her 15-year tenure within the test and measurement sector of Hewlett-Packard Company and Agilent Technologies, focused on RFl Microwave spectrum analysis, optical and digital parametric analysis.
In between lie vast swathes of spectrum reserved for other radio technologies such as cellular networks, while beyond lies the microwave spectrum.
In 1950, he began his career at Polarad Corp., which manufactured one of the first microwave spectrum analyzers and LORAN receivers.
The FSQ embodies all the features and performance of the proven FSU26 microwave spectrum analyzer, which is the industry's top performer in terms of dynamic range, phase noise, resolution bandwidth, and other key specifications.
Typical excitation sources are in the ultrasonic and microwave spectrum. Larger scale plants are in operation, although resource consumption (high energy inputs) may be a limiting factor.
Meanwhile, virtually the entire microwave spectrum, from 300 megahertz (MHz) to 100 gigahertz (GHz), has been or will soon be on the auction block.
The basic function of a microwave tuner is to translate a portion of the microwave spectrum to an output intermediate frequency for signal processing (for example, any 1-GHz section of the spectrum within the limits of 2 to 18 GHz to an output centered at 5 GHz).
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