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Microwave pulse compression utilising an yttrium-iron-garnet delay line

Microwave pulse compression utilising an yttrium-iron-garnet delay line

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Experiments on the compression of linear frequency-modulated S band pulses in an axially magnetised yttrium-iron-garnet rod are reported. The specimen was operated at room temperature in the magnetoelastic one-port delay mode. Time compression by a factor of 72 has been achieved with a 1 μs input pulse frequency-modulated by 125 Mc/s.

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      • C.E. Cook . Pulse compression—key to more efficient radar transmission. Proc. Inst. Radio Engrs.
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      • J.H. Collins , G.G. Neilson . Delay modes in axially mannetised garnet rods. Brit. Commun. and Electronics
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