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The paper describes a high-precision circuit for radar ranging which uses the now well-established method of controlling the range timing marker by means of a linear, continuous phase-shifting circuit. Its special features are the use of a pulsed quartz-crystal oscillator as the timing standard and the elimination of the separate, medium-precision timing circuit usually employed to select one range marker from the array potentially offered by the phase-shifting circuit. Appendices deal with some of the factors involved in the design of the circuit.
Electrical Engineers - Part IIIA: Radiolocation, Journal of the Institution of (Volume:93 , Issue: 7 )
Date of Publication: 1946