echo pulse

echo pulse

[′ek·ō ‚pəls]
(electronics)
A pulse of radio energy received at the radar after reflection from a target; that is, the target signal of a pulse radar.

echo pulse

A pulse of radio energy received at the radar after reflection from a target—that is, the target signal of a pulse radar.
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1) Units ultrasound or doppler or echo pulse or medical ultrasound for general diagnostic use (1 Unit)
Due to acoustic pulse transmitting and echo receiving the lag between can be measured, and the velocity of sound in the oceans is known, so they can take advantage of the echo pulse radiation of underwater target detection, location and recognition.
When target appears, the Kalman filtering approach is used to estimate EBPSK modulated echo pulse.
As shown in (11), the phase of STRETCH processing echo pulse is related to the radial distance [R.
The bottom end of the secondary echo pulse of the wave train was coincided to the gate pulse.
Strong echo pulse from the phantom target occurring at the depth of 22 mm is shown magnified on Fig.
The ST-270 SonicLaser ultrasonic sensors use echo pulse technology that measures the round trip time-of-flight of acoustical transmissions reflected from a liquid, slurry, granular or free flowing powder surface in almost any industry, according to the company.
On receive, the echo pulse is routed from the antenna to the RF preamplifier and mixer, where it is translated to an intermediate frequency.
5) Units ultrasound or doppler or echo pulse or for general medical ultrasound diagnostic use (1 Unit)
Ultra-short probe pulses provide differentiation of the echo pulses reflected at different depths by their arrival time.
T2-weighted single-shot echo-train imaging is well suited to studying the bowel because of insensitivity to both respiratory motion and bowel peristalsis, and the relative resistance to the distorting paramagnetic effects of intraluminal bowel gas because of the repeated refocusing echo pulses.