Doppler range

Doppler range

[′däp·lər ‚rānj]
(engineering)
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The poet sifts through the finest-grained "doppler range" of inhabitation, meshing disparate universes that include her background in science and cognitive psychology, and her Indigenous and settler heritages.
Shortly after 0000 UTC 22 September, Usagi's center entered the Doppler range (230 km) where the axisymmetric kinematic structure, vorticity, and pressure deficit can be deduced from the GBVTD methodology (Lee et al.
As it can be seen trapezoidal pulse has much lower sidelobes in Doppler range. This is desirable property, because high sidelobes can cause false alarms and masking of weaker targets.
A new request-to-exit sensor from GE Security of Bradenton, Florida, combines Doppler Range Controlled Radar motion sensing and Fresnel lens passive infrared (PIR) technologies.
The acquisition process for each code period is stepped in the Doppler range in 500 Hz frequency increments.
But note that five ambiguities exist in the high-PRF pulse Doppler range and three or four in the medium-PRF pulse Doppler range.