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chirp

[chərp]
(communications)
An undesirable variation in the frequency of a continuous-wave carrier when it is keyed.
The sound heard in a code receiver when the transmitted carrier frequency is increased linearly for the duration of a pulse code.
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As part of the partnership, ITC Infotech will be building a team of specialist engineers and technical consultants to enable global sales, service and implementation of Chirp technologies.
The equations (1)-(9) are used when the crickets chirp for mating and they change their step size according to the chirping rate, frequency, velocity and distance at a certain temperature.
Estudo comparando um chirp de baixa frequencia (frequencia nominal 100-480 Hz) a um tom de 250 Hz, observou quenapresencademascaramento, as amplitudes da onda V diminuem, demonstrando uma importante participacao dos componentes de frequencia alta na obtencao da resposta eletrofisiologica (15).
Consider P wideband chirp signals impinging on a uniform linear array (ULA) consisting of M (M > P) sensors.
The maximum likelihood (ML) method [7], and modified discrete chirp Fourier transform (DCFT) algorithm for CPS [8] belong to non-correlation algorithms.
Since chirp signals do not have spectral dips, such signals were also used for probing.
Once you have grabbed the app from the App Store (it is free and a mere 3MB download), you will find yourself greeted by a rather sparse launch screen with a How to Chirp and Chirp Blog tiles one below the other.
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In the simplest cases, the frequency of a chirp rises linearly (so-called up-chirp) or falls in the same manner (down-chirp).
For testing pulsed hopping chirp radar signals, the center frequency offset measurement is a viable technique.
Chirp rate was determined from the duration of the longest available sequence of regularly produced chirps, as measured from the start of the first chirp to the start of the last.