coherent pulses

coherent pulses

[kō′hir·ənt ′pəl·səz]
(electronics)
Characterizing pulses in which the phase of the radio-frequency waves is maintained through successive pulses.
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Initial flow visualization experiments suggested that it was difficult to produce coherent pulses using on-or-off times of less than 1 s.
The SAR transmits coherent pulses and creates the effect of a phased array by collecting the returns from each pulse as the platform moves forward.
Coherent pulses are formed by interrupting a continuously running oscillator, so each received RF pulse will be in phase with an oscillator that is phase locked to the RF waveform of all previous pulses.

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