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Application of Fourier analysis to phase-Doppler-signals generated by rough metal particles

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3 Author(s)
Wriedt, T. ; Dept. of Production Technol., Bremen Univ., West Germany ; Bauckhage, K.A. ; Schone, A.

With the phase-Doppler-difference method the diameter and the velocity of spherical particles can be determined by measuring the frequency and the phase difference of burst signals detected by two or more photodetectors. A Fourier analysis method is described that extracts frequency and phase information from the Doppler signals. The system is designed around a TMS320C25 signal-processor board fitted into an AT computer. The performance of the frequency and phase estimator is examined. The method is particularly useful with noisy burst signals, such as those that occur in investigating a metal spraying process

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Instrumentation and Measurement, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:38 ,  Issue: 5 )