Metawave's WARLORD(TM) radar system enables near instantaneous positioning of the radar beam
anywhere within a set field of view (FOV), allowing the beam position to be changed in microseconds.
Phased arrays were invented for use in military radar systems, to scan the radar beam
quickly across the sky to detect planes and missiles.
The FCC said the Soli sensor captures motion in a three-dimensional space using a radar beam
to enable touchless control of functions or features that can benefit users with mobility or speech impairments.
Infinition suggested that this small difference was normal given that a projectile travels over three Oehler sensors, while the radar beam
hits the bullet.
"The radar in Buffalo, that radar beam
is at a 1 1/2 degree angle and it misses the bottom 4,000 feet above Rochester," he explained.
The RMS-metric is central in the identification of a blade passage, because it increases when the blade is in the radar beam
, and constant in all other cases.
The 18-bit computer and beyond the horizon pulse mode allowed the radar to detect ships at sea when the radar beam
is directed below the horizon.
Note that the beam width of the ML1 was 7.5[degrees], but it should be smaller to avoid the mismatching problem between radar beam
and microwave link beam especially when the link path is long.
Taylor said that dark depression at Phaethon's center "could be a crater or some other topographic depression that did not reflect the radar beam
back to Earth."
When the radar beam
reaches a target, like a rain drop, it induces minute voltages and current in the target.
Furthermore, the product's radar beam
can be emitted over a wider angular range, without requiring a mechanism to adjust the angle, as with previous versions.