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microwave radar

Sublethal exposure has been associated with headaches, insomnia, irritability, photophobia, and diastolic HTN; after acute exposure, there is a sensation of warmth, and ↑ CK
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At one end of the spectrum, there are relatively simple measures which can drastically reduce a ship's radar cross-section, particularly against microwave radars such as those used by aircraft and, at present, by missiles.
Based on a Delphi Delco Forewarn system, Jaguar's Adaptive Cruise Control measures the distance and relative speed of cars up front using a sophisticated microwave radar sensor mounted inside the front of the vehicle.
The new approach uses the data stream from the TOPEX/Poseidon satellite altimeters, which illuminate a 10-kilometer-wide swath of the earth's surface along the flight path with pulsed microwave radar at a frequency of 13.
Delco adapted microwave radar technology from fighter aircraft and included it in Forewarn SDS for use on Class 6, 7 and 8 commercial vehicles.
Because marginal ice zones are located in polar areas that are dark for half the year and are often obscured by clouds, MIZEX relied on a microwave radar, called synthetic aperture radar (SAR), mounted on aircraft to provide images with up to 15-foot resolution.
For years, commercial microwave radar transmitters have been plagued with the compromised field life of tube-based amplifiers that carry significant maintenance costs.
Prof Farley's esteemed career includes helping to develop microwave radar to control the Dover guns in the Second World War, and winning the Royal Society's Hughes Medal in 1980 for his measurements of muons, a type of subatomic particle.
These use microwave radar units on the sides of the bumpers, which detect the presence of vehicles or motorcycles approaching from behind and activate a warning.
The large hangers are now inhabited by privatised arms of the MoD involved in such hi-tech fields as thermal imaging cameras, infrared sensors and microwave radar.
A range of professional sensing products for applications including environmental safety, x-ray spectroscopy, automotive alarm and security systems, microwave radar and safety and arming devices, fire rescue and security thermal imaging.
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