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continuous wave

also con·tin·u·ous-wave (kən-tĭn′yo͞o-əs-wāv′)
adj.
Emitting or capable of emitting continuously; not pulsed: a continuous wave laser; continuous wave radar.
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According to a recently published report by TechSci Research “Global Continuous Wave Laser Diodes Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2018,” the global continuous wave based laser diodes market is expected to cross US$ 5.
Our target is to break the existing record for riding the longest continuous wave.
The DR7000 Series utilizes Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave (FMCW) technology that offers superior signal-processing capabilities.
Its Continuous Wave UWB uses no analog mixers or local oscillators, resulting in a less complex implementation.
The Empower is based on a single Nd:YLF rod that is side-pumped by continuous wave laser diode bars, mounted in a pump module.
These mirrors also feature a damage threshold of 1kW/cm2 continuous wave, making them ideal for use with Argon Ion sources.
The current recycling technology uses a mechanical, continuous wave process.
Permeability of the blood-brain barrier in rats induced by continuous wave and pulse-modulated 915 MHz electromagnetic radiation exposure in TEM-cells.
Northlight's PGT20456 DFB/EA laser module combines a continuous wave DFB laser with an electro-absorption modulator in a single chip.
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.
What is even more attractive is that a 'shape motif'can be chosen by the designers, eg a continuous wave, a stepped surface or some other geometrical form, and this shape is optimised, or morphed, by the mathematical process to give the precise diffusing surface.
Continuous wave measurements made in a hanger or production facility suffer from unwanted reflections that make data interpretation difficult.

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