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Number: 434/8
Name: Education and demonstration > Detection or range determination of distant object by apparatus using sensor of electromagnetic or sound energy > Sonar > Simulation of doppler shift of echo
Description: Subject matter relating to an imitation of the effect of the direction of movement of a distant object upon the frequency of sound waves reflected therefrom.










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4954996 Navigation sonar system dockside simulator Sep. 4, 1990
4626217 Broadband doppler simulator Dec. 2, 1986
4306301 Wide band frequency shifter in variable amounts Dec. 15, 1981
3936958 Sonar reverberation simulation Feb. 10, 1976











 
 
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