sensing signal

sensing signal

[′sens·iŋ ‚sig·nəl]
(communications)
A special signal that is transmitted to alert the receiving station at the beginning of a message.
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Shunliang, "A stochastic gradient approach on compressive sensing signal reconstruction based on adaptive filtering framework," IEEE Signal Processing Society, vol.
The narrow light pulse from an optical fiber amplifier is divided by a 3 dB optical fiber coupler to transmit an optical probe pulse and to receive the returned sensing signal simultaneously.
By utilizing the IGBT current sensing signal, it enables fast switching at low current levels and slow switching at high current levels.
Thus the model of sensing signal under both assumptions can be represented by the following equation:
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(2009) Subspace Pursuit for Compressive Sensing Signal Reconstruction.
This high-tech business demands products manufactured for precision mechanical design and control, sensing signal acquisition and processing, electronic circuit design, analytical software programming, chemical interpretation of physical property changes, etc.
leads,' to deliver a sensing signal, along with a shared ground wire, explained Chen.
Available to control one to eight independent functions with a 6- to 35-V range, the design is based on a PWM/current sensing signal, which provides high accuracy of set point and is immune to load variations from coil temperature or long cable runs, the company said.