Beginning Beekeeping for Kentuckians - by R. A Scheibner

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It does not give azimuth or elevation information, but this can always be obtained from separate dials geared to represent the antenna coordinates. Because of the time necessary for the observer to ‘ See Radar Scanners and Radurnes, Vol. 26, Radiation Laboratory Series. z See Cathode Ray Tube Displays, Vol. 22, Radiation Laboratory Series. I I I SEC. 6] I 1 I I I FINITE PULSE TRAINS 21 coordinate the A-scope range with elevation and azimuth? the system is not well suited to rapid scanning or search.

8 PRF must be about three times as high as the highest desired modulating frequency. Detection of the pulses is made in the usual way. The audio output is obtained by putting the video signals into a filter designed to It should be remembered that since pass only the audio frequencies. the incoming signal amplitude is constant, limiting and slicing can be employed; but because of the variable PRF, gating is impossible. —Other schemes of modulation are possible, and Among these may be mentioned methods for their reception are obvious.

Cramer, Random Variables and Distributions, Cambridge, London, 1936, Chap, VI, Theorems 17, 18, 19. That the variance be finite is an essential condition. Probability SEC. 5] SOME PROPERTIES OF THE GAUSSIAN DISTRIBUTION 47 whatever the original distribution functionl of the xi. This independence of the original distribution function is the surprising feature of the Of course, how the Gaussian distribution law is approached theorem. will depend on further features of the distribution function of the z;.

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