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Magnetostatic Waves for Simultaneous Pulse Separation

By: Turski, Z.; Wahi, Pradeep;

1982 / IEEE


This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' Magnetostatic Waves for Simultaneous Pulse Separation ' Inaccurate measurements, due to signals occurring simultaneously in a dense EWscenario, lower the probability of intercept. Propagation of these signals through a highly dispersive delay line should separate them in time domain. Inherent dispersion of Magnetostatic Waves are ideally suited for this application. Simultaneous signals, 150 MHz apart at S band, could be separated by more than 40ns using MSW dispersive delay lines. Effects of bias field and temperature on MSW dispersion characteristics are reported.