phase correction

phase correction

[′fāz kə‚rek·shən]
(communications)
Process of keeping synchronous telegraph mechanisms in substantially correct phase relationship.
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With individual magnitude or phase correction, THD of grid current reduces to 12.
After the fall, which occurred the day before, looms, and very clearly, the phase correction.
Supply of (a) a phase correction board for the transformer serving El Awayed Exchange II, also (b) an ATS cells board and related synchronizing cells for the same.
After application of the Keystone transform a search procedure is used to apply a non-linear phase correction which compensates for the range curvature of the moving target.
The modulator converts directly from baseband to the desired transmit frequency 20 MHz to 1 GHz and features quadrature phase correction to minimize unwanted spectral components.
The rangefinder uses a roof-prism design with phase correction coating on the prisms.
Fully multicoated, phase correction coated, and highly reflective silver-alloy prism-coated lenses in the Monarch 3 go a long way in providing the clarity needed in the lowlight conditions of early morning or late evening.
Alpen's fully multi-coated, PXA phase correction coating further enhances their bright, crisp image capabilities.
Both feature Zeiss T* multilayer coatings and P* phase correction coatings and are nitrogen filled.
In addition, auto phase correction automatically prevents reverse rotation of the electric motor.
Additionally, prisms are phase correction coated for the utmost in sharpness and clarity, ideal for hunting in low light or bad weather conditions.
Gain and phase correction are optimized automatically.