Frequency modulation-continuous wave method to generate and detect sound beams at 35 GHz

Scheffold, B.; Weis, O.
August 1994
Applied Physics Letters;8/8/1994, Vol. 65 Issue 6, p688
Academic Journal
Examines the application of frequency modulation-continuous wave (FM-CW) technique to generate and detect sound beams at 35 gigahertz. Production of spectral echo signals using homodyne detection; Comparison to the pulse-echo technique in the gigahertz range; Effectiveness of the FM-CW technique in sound experiments.


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