In experiment, slab crystal size is 57 mm×40 mm×4 mm, peak pumped power of the LD array is 12 kW with 1 kHz repetitive frequency and 20% duty ratio. In order to obtain high laser gain, the pump beams were focused as small as 15 mm×57 mm spot in profile.
Results show that there are good linear relationships between volume change and water loss of pike eel muscle, and between water loss and salt gain, the correlation coefficients are 0.998 and 0.994 respectively .
The fitting correlation coefficients of water loss and salt gain along with time change are 0.992, the average relative deviation are 4.62% and 4.87% respectively. Experiments verified that the model was fit to salting process.
With 2.5 V supply voltage, the described mixer has achieved a conversion gain of 11.095 dB, a noise figure of 8.836 dB, 1 dB compression point of -13.6 dBm, and IIP3 of -3.72 dBm. Power consumption in the mixer core is 13.5 mW.
The proposed algorithm also reduces by 75 % the computational cost of the large-small mode isolation algorithm for low-motion sequence coding, and with 0.06 PSNR gain and 3.7 % reduction in bit rate.
The high-gain observer was used to estimate the state of the system.
The results of measurement show that this lidar has the ability to gain profiles of ratio of water vapor mixing ratio from surface to a height of about 8 km at night.
The return loss, pattern and gain of the prototype antenna have been measured.
Experiments on both synthesis and real datasets show that the new algorithm not only achieves a significant gain of runtime and quality to find subspace clusters, but also is insensitive to input parameters.