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kama
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kama   8/1/2011 11:41:48 AM
madam i want basic tech for plused radar system

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SimpleSid   7/27/2011 5:36:56 PM
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http://www2.tek.com/cmsreplive/tirep/9732/76W_20785_1_2011.02.18.08.05.38_9732_EN.pdf

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SimpleSid   7/27/2011 5:18:32 PM
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Hi .. The application is widely applied in defense market. Tektronix RSA and AWG provide the right solution for UWB and Wimedia testing.

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EREBUS0   7/26/2011 12:47:13 AM
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The Agilent equipment looks like it could be very useful for lab testing. However, we usually found that in open air testing we tended to see a lot more artifacts due to antenna issues, and other stray causes. That said, we could probably have reduced those artifacts if we could have extensively tested the device before hand. So I am encouraged that test equipment are getting sophisticated enough to begin helping with these radars. Thanks,

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JanineLove   7/25/2011 8:40:41 PM
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I saw this new app note from Agilent and asked them for an excerpt. What do you think? Does it address your concerns with UWB radar? Is there something more you need??

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