echo amplitude

echo amplitude

[¦′ek·ō ′am·plə‚tüd]
(electronics)
In radar, an empirical measure of the strength of a target signal as determined from the appearance of the echo; the amplitude of the echo waveform usually is measured by the deflection of the electron beam from the base line of an amplitude-modulated indicator.
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Each solution within the Phasor platform is compliant with all major inspection codes and is suitable for a wide range of tasks from simple echo amplitude comparison to complex DGS evaluation.
The echo amplitude was further integrated between TOT = 16.
In time domain imaging, where the echo amplitudes are recorded at a particular depth, solid-to-gas interfaces stand out in the monochrome acoustic image because they are white, and are typically much brighter than solid-to-solid interfaces, which typically reflect 20% to 80% of the ultrasound and are gray.
The MCT2100 compensates for a broad range of dynamic echo ensembles with echo amplitudes approaching the level of the desired signal.