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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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Figure 23 shows the radar-based breast imaging system of MICRIMA which was founded in 2006 to develop and commercialize the technology of microwave radar breast imaging at the University of Bristol in the UK.
Kurita, "A clinical study for non-contact sleep respirometry with microwave radar, monitored by simultaneous measuring with polysomnography," Iryou kikigaku (The Japanese journal of medical instrumentation), vol.
Pistorius, "Real time breast microwave radar image reconstruction using circular holography: A study of experimental feasibility," Med.
The data is collected by a microwave radar instrument, called SeaWinds, which is used to predict storms and enhance weather forecasts.
Examples of over-roadway sensors include video image processors, which use cameras mounted on tall poles adjacent to the roadway or on traffic signal mast arms over the road; microwave radar, laser radar, ultrasonic, and passive infrared sensors installed either alongside or above the road; and acoustic sensors installed alongside the road.
The 1990's saw the introduction of microwave radar (FMCW) level gauges for process tanks and the first straight-tube Coriolis mass flowmeter.
Under the lightweight skin, there are a host of sophisticated systems to enhance the driving experience and ensure your safety including an uprated version of Jaguar's computerized, active suspension system and an optional adaptive cruise control system which uses microwave radar to keep you at a safe distance from the car in front.
These include an uprated version of Jaguar's computerized, active suspension system and an optional adaptive cruise control which uses microwave radar to keep you at a safe distance from the car in front.
Within this remit it utilises a breadth and depth of technical expertise but here it is specifically the microwave radar field that will be covered.
The Government is a majority shareholder in the firm, which has developed dozens of defence gadgets including liquid crystal displays used in watches and clocks, technology for flat panel speakers, infra-red sensors and microwave radar.
In November 1940, Loomis shut down his lab in Tuxedo Park and moved his operation to MIT in Cambridge, Mass., where on 11 November 1940 the MIT Radiation Laboratory--the "Rad Lab"--opened to establish the feasibility of microwave radar. With the help of his friend Ernest Lawrence of the University of California, who had already won a Nobel Prize for inventing the atom smasher, Loomis assembled a team of the nation's most gifted young physicists.
Using guided wave radar technology, a microwave radar pulse travels down a probe inside the tank, and receives reflected signals from liquid levels or materials surrounding the probe.
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