angular rate

angular rate

[′aŋ·gyə·lər ‚rāt]
(mechanics)
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Studies performed with human subjects often use angular rate sensors as part of 6DOF systems due to their smaller geometric size requirement, reduced channel count, and stability in long-duration measurements [12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19].
The product's basic configuration provides high speed sensor processing as well as a 6 or 9 DoF (Degrees of Freedom) IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit), which measures acceleration and angular rate.
At ten second intervals, the Digi XBees will transmit important orbital data within the satellite including the satellite's translational acceleration and angular rate, magnetic field, atmospheric pressure, temperature, and strain.
The ADIS16490 represents Analog Devices most advanced IMU, leveraging years of system-level experience and ADIs best performing angular rate and linear acceleration MEMS cores combined with precision calibration, sensor filtering, and fusion.
Figures 3 and 4 present the LOS angular rate and the Defender acceleration.
b] is the inertial angular rate of the satellite expressed in the body frame.
Hence, the aims of the present study were (1) the development of an automated subtechnique identification system using angular rate sensors, and (2) the examination of the relationships among the skiing velocity, course conditions, and subtechniques using a DGNSS and an automated identification system.
Measurement Specialties offers the Model 620 angular rate sensor that accurately measures angular velocity in test and measurement applications.
These sensors detect linear acceleration, angular rate and magnetic field to provide complete position- and movement-sensing data.
The Emergency Commission investigating the incident concluded that the incident was provoked by incorrectly installed angular rate sensors.
An engineer by training, Anthony Lo Cicero has represented companies in patent and trademark litigation involving product areas as diverse as e-commerce platforms, angular rate sensors, camcorders and textiles.
A device for sensing inertial motion that consists of angular rate sensors on three axes and accelerometers in three directions.