phase-switching


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phase-switching

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(Astronomy) a technique used in radio interferometry in which the signal from one of the two antennae is periodically reversed in phase before being multiplied by the signal from the other antenna
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Embabi, "A 2.4-GHz monolithic fractional-N frequency synthesizer with robust phase-switching prescaler and loop capacitance multiplier," IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, vol.
This architecture provides agile switching and phase coherence as well as frequency, amplitude, and phase-switching times of 170 ns with phase repeatability at all frequencies.
Caption: Forward Water's process improves the efficiency of osmotic water treatment by using phase-switching agents in a draw solution.
Their topologies are mainly focused on the phase-switching technique [7,8] and the injection-locked oscillator [9-11].
Dynamic Energy Saverao 2GIGABYTE Dynamic Energy Saverao 2 incorporates a host of intelligent features that use a proprietary hardware and software design to considerably enhance PC system energy efficiency, reduce power consumption and deliver optimized auto phase-switching for the CPU, Memory, Chipset, VGA, HDD and system fans.
I termed this separation technique to be "phase-switching" by moving from an aqueous to a nonpolar separation on the same cartridge.
The ceramics suitable for large-displacement actuator applications can be classified into three groups: piezoelectric, electrostrictive, and phase-switching (antiferroelectric to ferroelectric) materials.
In the phase-switching systems, materials transform from a macroscopically nonpolar state to a polar state as a result of an antiferroelectric-to-ferroelectric phase transition.