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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0 encompasses a comprehensive set of enhanced mobility features including integrated Doppler correction, automatic beam switching, and enhanced return channel spreading for even the most demanding COTM applications.
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).
Highlighted subjects include satellite handover, Doppler correction and coverage areas.