Delay Lines Week: Where Can You Find API's Delay Lines?

by Allison Goss 11. March 2015 09:20

Weather radar. Electronic warfare (EW) target generation. Clock synchronization. What do all of these systems have in common? API's delay lines can be found in all of them, plus many others.

Delay Lines APPLICATIONS API Technologies Where Can You Find API's Delay Lines? API's Delay Lines, featuring BAW (Bulk Acoustic Wave), SAW (Surface Acoustic Wave), Coaxial ­ High Frequency, LC (Lumped Constant), & Steel ­ Pulse Compression topologies, are used in a number of applications. Maritime Radar Doppler Processing Weather radars emit pulses which track the movement and location of objects like raindrops, hailstones, etc. Delay lines are used to control the timing of these pulses. On-board radar scanners provide bearing and distance of ships and land targets in the vicinity for collision avoidance and navigation at sea.EW Target Generation Communications Systems Clock Synchronization A radar target generator passes a radar signal through delay lines to a receiver to simulate a fixed target in time, which may be used to range calibrate the system. In many telecommunications networks, delay lines are used to synchronize information to set clock timing. Delay lines provide required delays to synchronize data for video or communication systems such as those used in TV broadcasting.

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