Doppler correction

Doppler correction

The correction applied to an observed frequency or wavelength to eliminate the effects of the relative velocity of the source and the observer.
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The design also included a complex rate converter, Doppler correction, and channel-mapping capability.
The versatility of the Q2368 DDS makes it ideal for a broad range of applications including: Doppler correction for non-geosynchronous satellite communications; cellular base stations; radar systems and simulators; missile guidance systems; magnetic resonance imaging (MRI); digital radios and modems; scientific and industrial measurement systems; remote transceivers; scanners; paging systems; acousto-optical or laser scanning; image processing; test equipment and local oscillator generation for very small aperture terminals (VSAT); direct broadcast by satellite (DBS); and global positioning systems (GPS).