Ghost signal | Article about ghost signal by The Free Dictionary
ghost signal[′gōst ‚sig·nəl]
The reflection-path signal that produces a ghost image on a television receiver. Also known as echo.
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These ghost signals
appear in the second pulse, centered around an altitude of c[T.sub.hv] cos([[theta].sub.inc])/2 (2.25 km for this [T.sub.hy]).
And they have organised a gig at the Tyne Bar on September 5 with music from acts including Ghost Signals
, Beth Macari and Fire Lady Luck.
* Enhanced data interpretation to distinguish between real reflections and "ghost signals
This signal to noise is high enough to differentiate it from spurious ghost signals
, generated either directly by suppression or through data processing.
Over 200 feet of the run required continuous side-hill locates which almost always result in ghost signals
and false readings.