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phased array

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an array transducer assembly that has very thin rectangular elements arranged side by side. It relies on electronic beam steering to sweep sound beams over a sector-shaped scanned region. Beam steering is done by using electronic time delays in the transmitting and receiving circuits.
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SystemVue 2017 allows designers to accurately design phased-array antennas for 5G mobile networks.
NYSE: KEYS) and the University of California San Diego have announced the world's fastest bidirectional phased-array link in the 28 GHz 5G band, the companies said.
Both of the APSs which are based on the pulse-doppler radar and phased-array radar systems are equipped with four arms systems and can cover a full circle (360 degrees) of sight.
The two companies are working on phased-array antenna
It is found that the phased MIMO radar identifies the targets present at the three locations as that of phased-array radar but with minimum side lobe levels.
Boeing's Ka-band phased-array Satcom antenna system is the perfect partner for our Ka-band enabled satellites, which means that we will now be able to service our customers with state-of-the-art antennas for installation on aircraft platforms," Al Ghafri added.
The phased-array system will have no mechanical parts and will instead use interconnected antenna elements to send and receive many signals simultaneously.
Phased-array radar design; application of radar fundamentals.
The two GE businesses are leaders in phased-array ultrasound technology for medical imaging and non-destructive inspection applications, respectively.
It is said to carry a large, Chinese-made, four-faceted, phased-array radar, similar to the Aegis' SPY-1D (V) three-coordinate phased-array radar.
The envisaged SEAPAR is being designed to match the capabilities of ESSM in advanced threat and raid density scenarios, and takes advantage of technologies developed for Raytheon's active, multifunction AN/SPY-3 sensor and the Thales/EADS/Northern Telecom Active Phased-Array Radar (APAR).
has developed a phased-array ultrasonic inspection technique that enables utilities to inspect their turbine disc blade attachments faster, more accurately, and at lower cost than previous inspection technologies.