microwave detector


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microwave detector

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a device for recording the speed of a motorist
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Single electron transistors is used in both analog and digital domains such as ultra-sensitive microwave detectors, infrared radiation detection, single electron spectroscopy, and ultrasensitive microwave detector.
[20] used a two-dimensional linear interpolation method to solve the problem of sparse microwave detector data.
Alternatively, another kind of superconducting microwave detector based on coplanar waveguide technique, typically the coplanar waveguide resonators (CPWs), have also promptly developed for sensitive detections of radiations (from submillimeter to x-ray [9] and gamma ray [10]) in astronomic applications.
The Ground Marker system being offered by Axis Electronics of Bedford, UK makes use of the marker beacon receiver fitted to virtually all airliners to give pilots an aural warning if they cross a microwave detector fitted on the taxiway.
I have walked down Northumberland Street with a microwave detector and, sadly, much of it is already flooded with microwaves.
By then reorienting those electromagnetic rays so that they exit the disk on their original paths, as if undisturbed, the shield renders itself and whatever is in its protected zone almost invisible to a microwave detector downstream.
Microwave detector diodes use the nonlinearity of the junction resistance for their operation.
One particularly effective way to use a microwave detector is to install it behind a riser in a stairway.
A microwave detector and associated analog circuits are added to the conventional YIG filter structure.
For a typical microwave detector designed for a 50 |ohms~ system, the square-law approximation is valid for input powers up to 1 |mu~W.
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