DLVA

AcronymDefinition
DLVADetector Log Video Amplifier
DLVADetector Logarithmic Video Amplifier
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To decrease the mutual coupling between the DLVAs as well as protecting the antennas from unwanted perturbations in an array configuration, we studied the behavior of the DLVA inside a metallic enclosure, also referred to as a cavity.
He then told the DLVA at Swansea he had moved address and the new licence in Mr McQuater's name was sent to his home.
And the DLVA gets 150,000 such applications a month.
The receiver uses an extended range detector log video amplifier (DLVA), a preamplifier and RF bandpass filtering.
Would a similar ruling apply to the colleagues from the DLVA? Again, I would love to know.
Fiber subsystems including switched multiplexers, DLVA, and digital frequency discriminators are also produced.
Contract notice: consultation number: aggmi19s04 opportunity study for the implantation of photovoltaic solar facilities on communal and intercommunal anthropistic land in the period of the dlva
Its display included a surface mount VCO operating from 800 to 2500 MHz, a DC coupled DLVA and the TFE-1050, 915 MHz to 2.4 GHz single chip converter.
The LVD-281-70/75 (option 618) DC-coupled, detector logarithmic video amplifier (DLVA) operates over the 6 to 18 GHz frequency range.
The model LVD-218-50 detector logarithmic video amplifier (DLVA) operates over the 2 to 18 GHz frequency range.
618 delivery points of the dlva member for an annual reference consumption of 10,710 mwh.
Similar reasons are behind the launch of DLVAs and EDLVAs, namely the growing need for broadband receiver devices produced within Europe, which can extend the dynamic range of the receiver.