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  • About
  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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An investigation of the profiles of bursts of solar radio noise

Wild, Peter Anthony Thornton January 1960 (has links)
[Summary] Chapter I . The general characteristics of solar radiation at metre wavelengths are described, with reference to data published in the literature. A brief description of some aspects of solar physics relevant to the study of solar noise is given, and the literature relating to the correlation of radio effects with solar disturbances is reviewed. Chapter II. A concise description of the apparatus constructed for the continuous recording of the flux density of solar radio noise at a frequency of 300 Mc/s is given, with some mention of difficulties experienced, and how these were overcome. Full circuit diagrams of electronic apparatus, and illustrative photographs, are supplied. Chapter III. The development of theories of the origin and propagation of solar noise radiation is historically reviewed and the success of each theory in explaining or predicting observed phenomena, is assessed. A working model is chosen from among these theories, and reasons for its adoption are given. Chapter IV. Observations made by the author of solar radiation at a frequency of 300 Mc/s are described, together with a description of the objects and methods, of analysis of the records. Chapter V. Phenomena observed by the author are compared with those observed by other workers. It is concluded that storm bursts are caused by transients similar to those producing Type II and Type ITI bursts, and a model for the production of storm bursts is tentatively suggested. Chapter VI. Suggestions for further research, including suggestions for methods of testing the author's conclusions, are made.
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Correlator errors due to finite observation intervals

January 1951 (has links)
Wilbur B. Davenport, Jr. / "March 8, 1951." / Bibliography: p. 16. / Army Signal Corps Contract No. W36-039-sc-32037 Project No. 102B. Dept. of the Army Project No. 3-99-10-022.
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Characterisation of the radio noise environment in New Zealand

Banks, Paul Russell January 2009 (has links)
A methodology for the measurement of the radio frequency environment close to the radio noise floor is presented for urban, suburban and rural areas within New Zealand for the purposes of characterisation and trend monitoring by radio spectrum managers. Flux density measurements in bands within a range of frequencies from 80 MHz to 8 GHz have been made in urban, suburban and rural areas of New Zealand during 2007 and 2008. An analysis of the band occupancy is presented in summary form. These summaries are intended as a starting point for radio spectrum usage and can be used as a reference for any future measurements. A description of the computer directories and charts resulting from these measurements, using 20 MHz bandwidths have also been included. All the results for the work have been collated in a set of computer directories named “NZRFI Directories 2007 2008”, which are intended as a reference for use in the determination of local activity in particular frequency ranges. A disc with the full range measurement spectral density charts and channel occupancy charts accompanies this work. Also included on the disc are sets of 20 MHz band charts for some urban, suburban and rural location measurements.
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Characterisation of the radio noise environment in New Zealand

Banks, Paul Russell January 2009 (has links)
A methodology for the measurement of the radio frequency environment close to the radio noise floor is presented for urban, suburban and rural areas within New Zealand for the purposes of characterisation and trend monitoring by radio spectrum managers. Flux density measurements in bands within a range of frequencies from 80 MHz to 8 GHz have been made in urban, suburban and rural areas of New Zealand during 2007 and 2008. An analysis of the band occupancy is presented in summary form. These summaries are intended as a starting point for radio spectrum usage and can be used as a reference for any future measurements. A description of the computer directories and charts resulting from these measurements, using 20 MHz bandwidths have also been included. All the results for the work have been collated in a set of computer directories named “NZRFI Directories 2007 2008”, which are intended as a reference for use in the determination of local activity in particular frequency ranges. A disc with the full range measurement spectral density charts and channel occupancy charts accompanies this work. Also included on the disc are sets of 20 MHz band charts for some urban, suburban and rural location measurements.
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Characterisation of the radio noise environment in New Zealand

Banks, Paul Russell January 2009 (has links)
A methodology for the measurement of the radio frequency environment close to the radio noise floor is presented for urban, suburban and rural areas within New Zealand for the purposes of characterisation and trend monitoring by radio spectrum managers. Flux density measurements in bands within a range of frequencies from 80 MHz to 8 GHz have been made in urban, suburban and rural areas of New Zealand during 2007 and 2008. An analysis of the band occupancy is presented in summary form. These summaries are intended as a starting point for radio spectrum usage and can be used as a reference for any future measurements. A description of the computer directories and charts resulting from these measurements, using 20 MHz bandwidths have also been included. All the results for the work have been collated in a set of computer directories named “NZRFI Directories 2007 2008”, which are intended as a reference for use in the determination of local activity in particular frequency ranges. A disc with the full range measurement spectral density charts and channel occupancy charts accompanies this work. Also included on the disc are sets of 20 MHz band charts for some urban, suburban and rural location measurements.
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A CMOS low noise amplifier for impulse radio ultra-wideband applications /

Soliman, Yasser Khairat. January 1900 (has links)
Thesis (M.App.Sc.) - Carleton University, 2005. / Includes bibliographical references (p. 130-135). Also available in electronic format on the Internet.
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Receptor super-regenetativo (900 MHz) implementado em tecnologia CMOS 0,35 'mu'm / Super regenerative receiver (900 MHz) in 0,35 'mu'm

Thiebaut, Matthieu Jacques Andre 12 August 2018 (has links)
Orientador: Carlos Alberto dos Reis Filho / Dissertação (mestrado) - Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Faculdade de Engenharia Eletrica e de Computação / Made available in DSpace on 2018-08-12T22:43:50Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 1 Thiebaut_MatthieuJacquesAndre_M.pdf: 11116037 bytes, checksum: 353c725fb0cc60a33445209f0ec29a81 (MD5) Previous issue date: 2006 / Resumo: O objetivo deste trabalho é propor uma topologia de receptor adequada para atender as exigências de uma rede de sensores sem fio, onde baixo consumo e baixo custo de fabricação são fundamentais.A topologia escolhida foi a do receptor super-regenerativo realizado em tecnologia CMOS 0,35Km e operando em 900 MHz. O chip foi montado e testado numa placa de alumina junto com alguns componentes passivos externos (circuito tanque e adaptação de impedância) necessários para seu funcionamento. Uma sensibilidade de -82 dBm para uma taxa de erro binário (BER) inferior a 0,1% foi obtida com um sinal modulado tudo-ou-nada (On-Off keying, OOK) de 64 kbits/s. O consumo deste receptor foi de 2,5 mW para uma tensão de alimentação de 2V. / Abstract: The purpose of this work is to develop a radio receiver, which is suitable for application in wireless sensor networks. Among the essential requirements for one such radio are included low power, low cost and high sensitivity. The topology of a super-regenerative receiver to operate in 900MHz was chosen, since it complies with all these requirements in addition to being appropriate for integration. Samples of the developed radio receiver were fabricated in 0,35Km CMOS technology. Prototypes were assembled on alumina plate using a few additional external components as an alternative to evaluate the performance of the radio without being affected by the low quality of the passives L and C used in the tuning block (tank and matching circuit). Test results have shown that the developed receiver features sensitivity of -82 dBm for a bit error rate (BER) lower than 0,1% with an On-Off Keying modulated signal of 64 kbit/s. Measure power consumption has been 2,5 mW for a supply voltage of 2 V. / Mestrado / Eletrônica, Microeletrônica e Optoeletrônica / Mestre em Engenharia Elétrica

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