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Industrial sensors and control--The basics--Part VI

7/20/2011 01:36 PM EDT
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green_is_now   8/10/2011 5:08:09 PM
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Does the wavelength have redshift asociated with it? Then direction and phase of resonator can be known inmproving response and BW. Perhaps orders of magnitude improvement if this is measurable. mabee this would be way far away from ow frequency of interest but new applications up the food chain may be available.

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