beam splitting

beam splitting

[′bēm ‚splid·iŋ]
(electronics)
Process for increasing accuracy in locating targets by radar; by noting the azimuths at which one radar scan first discloses a target and at which radar data from it ceases, beam splitting calculates the mean azimuth for the target.
(optics)
The division of a beam of light into two beams by placing a special type of mirror in the path of the beam that reflects part of the light falling on it and transmits part.
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Soft split: soft split solution which support one 65 beam splitting into two 33 beams greatly enhances network capacity.
However, this approach has its own challenges, as it requires precise alignment of the two laser beams and suffers from low light intensity after beam splitting.
Furthermore, our designed antenna has no beam splitting according to the measured far-field radiation patterns.
More recently, negative refraction [10-12] in PhCs has attracted much attention for their potential application in many fields, such as focusing imaging [13-15], microcavity [16] and beam splitting [17-24].
The Liverpool Philharmonic's chief conductor turns to receive the applause, a beam splitting his face and one hand pressed against his heart in a dramatic gesture, before he counts the musicians into an encore.
Geometrical ways of obtaining polarized beam splitting devices, International Spring Seminar on Electronics Technology, Prasek, J.
New technology employing beam splitting allows cameras to be mounted behind the display, enabling more intuitive interaction, particularly in single-screen setups.
The LSM 5 LIVE distinguishes itself from other confocal systems with the use of an extremely efficient beam splitting mirror (>90%) that works independent of excitation or emission wavelength, allowing for the observation of weakly emitting fluorescent specimens.
The Digilas E imager comes in three different width sizes, The fiber laser and beam splitting technology allows for 1, 2, 4, or 8 beam systems, Users can image flexo plates, as well as gravure cylinders, The semi-automatic quick sleeve system has been designed for sleeve imaging and allows for changing sleeves, without using tools, within one minute.
The motorized double TV tube allows image recording with 2 cameras, with manually or software-controlled neutral or dichroic beam splitting.
Minneapolis, MN-based Laser Applications Inc (LAI) had done work in the area of beam splitting, which takes a single laser beam and separates it into two independent cutting sources.
The seven beams pass through a beam splitting mirror to the objective lens and onto the surface of the disc.