pulse dispersion


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pulse dispersion

In optical fibers, a general term for the broadening of a pulse by the time it reaches the receiving end. It can be the net effect of any or all of modal, chromatic and polarization dispersion. See dispersion.
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Pulse dispersion [8-10] results when the received pulse has a longer duration than the transmitted pulse.
This paper only addresses the pulse dispersion created by antenna arrays due to the position of the elements.
Pulse dispersion is a function of the arrival and scan angle as shown in Figure 4.