receiver radiation

receiver radiation

[ri′sē·vər ‚rād·ē′ā·shən]
(electromagnetism)
Radiation of interfering electromagnetic fields by the oscillator of a receiver.
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TABLE I MID-BAND NOISE TEMPERATURE ERRORS (%) Frequency Transmission Horn/ Band Line Cavity WR-42 1.58 0.43 WR-34 1.66 0.43 WR-28 1.73 0.46 WR-22 1.80 0.49 WR-19 1.81 0.52 WR-15 2.03 0.56 WR-12 2.26 0.59 WR-10 2.54 0.65 WR-8 2.94 0.76 WR-6 3.38 0.87 WR-5 3.98 1.01 WR-4 4.43 1.14 WR-3 4.99 1.37 A horn/cavity noise source consists of a microwave horn that looks at a microwave absorber and conducts the receiver radiation to its output flange where the noise temperature is defined.
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