QO

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AcronymDefinition
QOQueensland Orchestra
QOQuaker Oats
QOQuality Office
QOQuasi-Optical
QOQuadripartite Objective
QOQualified Occupancy (housing)
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Elis, "Application of Gaussian-beam based techniques to the quasi-optical systems of radio frequency radiometers," European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EUCAP), 1-5, Barcelona, Spain, April 2010.
On the basis of quasi-optical theory and technique, a QOBGR is designed.
Solutions to the PWE are the Gaussian beam modes, which form the basis of quasi-optical system design.
We have developed quasi-optical terahertz systems based on heterodyne detection (1), (2).
The quasi-optical lens has the aperture diameter (D) of 500 mm in order to satisfy the required spatial resolution with the condition of having an effective focal length (F) of 500 mm, with a corresponding F-number of 1.
The ELEXSYS E780 is equipped with a quasi-optical front end featuring reflection and induction detection with safe and robust operation.
Each beam size is different depending on the feed antenna position on the image plane because the quasi-optical transformation efficiency is unequal at the different place.
A novel TEM waveguide is a very promising candidate for the feeding structure of quasi-optical power combining amplifiers.
He is one of the authors of the book Active and Quasi-Optical Arrays and the editor of the book Device and Process Technologies for MEMS and Microelectronics.
Quasi-optical (QO) or spatial power combining systems [7] have shown, in the last two decades, their promising capabilities to produce medium- and high-output power levels for frequencies spanning from the microwave to millimeter-wave ranges.
Though there is no formal definition, the terms spatial and quasi-optical are usually understood to apply to electronic systems that employ high order beam guiding components (such as Gaussian beams defined by lenses or shaped mirrors, or overmoded metallic waveguide systems) for signal distribution and collection.
He is one of the authors of the book Active and Quasi-Optical Arrays and holds 14 pending patents in RF MEMS, MEMS optics and liquid-crystal technologies.
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