PRI

(redirected from Pulse Repetition Interval)
AcronymDefinition
PRIPrimary Rate Interface (ISDN)
PRIPriority/Primary
PRIPublic Radio International
PRIPerformance Review Institute (Warrendale, PA)
PRIInstitutional Revolutionary Party (Mexico)
PRIPerformance Racing Industry
PRIPartido Revolucionario Institucional (Spanish: Institutional Revolutionary Party, México)
PRIPuerto Rico (ISO Country code)
PRIPopulation Research Institute
PRIPeace Research Institute (est. 1976)
PRIPolicy Research Institute (various locations)
PRIPrimary Rate Interface (telecommunications)
PRIPerris (Amtrak station code; Perris, CA)
PRIPrinciples for Responsible Investment (UNEP Finance Initiative)
PRIPacific Research Institute (since 1979; San Francisco, California)
PRIPolitical Risk Insurance
PRIPoverty Reduction Initiative (various locations)
PRIPuerto Rico International
PRIPolicy Research Initiative (various organizations)
PRIPrisoner Reentry Initiative (various locations)
PRIPolicy Rules Instances
PRIProvisioning Instances
PRIPrimary Rate Isdn
PRIPrinter Definitions
PRIPriority
PRIPrimary Rate Interface
PRIPure Rate of Interest (economics)
PRIProgram-Related Investment (foundations)
PRIPlant Research International
PRIPanchayati Raj Institutions (India)
PRIPenal Reform International
PRIProduction Resources, Inc. (Franklin, TN)
PRIPulse Repetition Interval
PRIPersonal Record Identifier (Canada)
PRIPharmaceutical Research Institute
PRIPlanet Repair Institute (Portland, OR)
PRIPhotochemical Reflectance Index
PRIPrevention Research Institute (Lexington, KY)
PRIPraslin Island, Seychelles (Airport Code)
PRIPeriodic Reinvestigation
PRIPlastics and Rubber Institute (United Kingdom)
PRIPrison Reform International
PRIProgressive Renal Insufficiency
PRIProgressive Routing Indicator (US DoD)
PRIPerformance Registrar Inc.
PRIPreliminary Rifle Instruction
PRIPeopleclick Research Institute (statistical analysis; Peopleclick)
PRIPreemptive Repeat Identical (transition type in Petri nets)
PRIProliferation Rate Index
PRIPolarity Realization Institute
PRIPrecision Radiation Instruments
PRIProduct Release Instructions
PRIPositive Refractive Index
PRIProperty Retention Index
PRIParanormal Research Institute
PRIPower Resources International, Inc (Long Island, New York)
PRIProfessional Recruiting International (Utah)
PRICollectie Privaatrecht
PRIPensions Registration Institute (Sweden)
PRIPartido de Ratas Inorganizadas
PRIPlanning, Review, and Inspection
PRIPertech Resources Incorporated (Riverton, Wyoming)
PRIProbability of Receiving an Impression
PRIPerformance and Results International, LLC
PRIProtection Radiologique Intégrée (France: Integrated Radiological Protection)
PRIPeroulakis Research, Inc.
References in periodicals archive ?
PRI] is the pulse repetition interval (PRI) obtained from the pulse repetition frequency (PRF), which is given as [T.
However, in multibeam ScanSAR, we may start from a near range illumination and subsequently proceed the far range, since different subswaths usually corresponds to different sub-pulses in different pulse repetition intervals (PRIs) in multibeam ScanSAR as shown in Fig.
This amplitude information allows DFD-based systems to determine pulsewidth, angle of arrival and pulse repetition interval information of a detected microwave signal.
Another important parameter is the time-of-arrival (TAO) measurement, which can be used to generate the pulse repetition interval (PRI) for signal sorting and identification.
Therefore, the narrowband search receiver must either wait a full pulse repetition interval (PRI) at each tuning step or tune rapidly enough to cover many steps during the PD (and repeat that tuning pattern for a full PRI).
All of the pulses from a transmitter look alike, and they are repeated at the pulse repetition interval (PRI).
It does this by recognizing certain parameters of the pulse train such as pulse repetition interval and then extracting all those pulses from each emitter present in the environment.
Following the RF sensor, signal processing collates individual radar pulses into distinct threats based upon parameters such as carrier frequency, pulse repetition interval or angle of arrival.
The pulse modulation feature offers internal or external triggering with pulse widths as low as 100 ns and pulse repetition intervals of 200 ns.