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CW oscillator voltage Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
cw_oscillator_voltage = Amplitude Of Reference signal*sin(2*3.14*frequency*Time)
Vref = A2*sin(2*3.14*f*T)
This formula uses 1 Functions, 3 Variables
Functions Used
sin - Trigonometric sine function, sin(Angle)
Variables Used
Amplitude Of Reference signal- Amplitude Of Reference signal is it's amplitude
frequency - Frequency refers to the number of occurrences of a periodic event per time and is measured in cycles/second. (Measured in Cycle per Second)
Time - Time is used to calculate the amount that has a simple interest. (Measured in Year)
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Amplitude Of Reference signal: 4 --> No Conversion Required
frequency: 90 Cycle per Second --> 90 Hertz (Check conversion here)
Time: 2 Year --> 63113904 Second (Check conversion here)
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
Vref = A2*sin(2*3.14*f*T) --> 4*sin(2*3.14*90*63113904)
Evaluating ... ...
Vref = -3.02254513955879
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
-3.02254513955879 Volt --> No Conversion Required
FINAL ANSWER
-3.02254513955879 Volt <-- CW oscillator voltage
(Calculation completed in 00.016 seconds)

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Amplitude Of The Signal Received From Target at Range Ro
amplitude_of_the_signal_received = Echo Signal Voltage/(2*3.14*(carrier frequency+doppler frequency shift)*Time-(4*3.14*carrier frequency*Range/Speed of Light)) Go
Amplitude Of Reference signal
amplitude_of_reference_signal = CW oscillator voltage/(sin(2*3.14*frequency*Time)) Go
CW oscillator voltage
cw_oscillator_voltage = Amplitude Of Reference signal*sin(2*3.14*frequency*Time) Go
Phase difference between the echo signals
phase_difference_echo_signals = 2*3.14*Distance*sin(Theta)/Wavelength Go
Distance from antenna 1 to the target
distance_from_antenna_1 = Range+Distance/2*sin(Theta) Go
Distance from antenna 2
distance_from_antenna_2 = Range-Distance/2*sin(Theta) Go
Radar antenna height
radar_antenna_height = (Range-resolution*Range) /target height Go
Target height
target_height = (Range-resolution*Range)/radar antenna height Go
Range-resolution
range_resolution = (radar antenna height*target height)/Range Go
Doppler Frequency Shift
doppler_frequency_shift = 2*target velocity/Wavelength Go

CW oscillator voltage Formula

cw_oscillator_voltage = Amplitude Of Reference signal*sin(2*3.14*frequency*Time)
Vref = A2*sin(2*3.14*f*T)

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How to Calculate CW oscillator voltage?

CW oscillator voltage calculator uses cw_oscillator_voltage = Amplitude Of Reference signal*sin(2*3.14*frequency*Time) to calculate the CW oscillator voltage, The CW oscillator voltage formula is defined as a circuit diagram that can be used for the generation of CW Morse code. CW oscillator voltage and is denoted by Vref symbol.

How to calculate CW oscillator voltage using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for CW oscillator voltage, enter Amplitude Of Reference signal (A2), frequency (f) and Time (T) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the CW oscillator voltage calculation can be explained with given input values -> -3.022545 = 4*sin(2*3.14*90*63113904).

FAQ

What is CW oscillator voltage?
The CW oscillator voltage formula is defined as a circuit diagram that can be used for the generation of CW Morse code and is represented as Vref = A2*sin(2*3.14*f*T) or cw_oscillator_voltage = Amplitude Of Reference signal*sin(2*3.14*frequency*Time). Amplitude Of Reference signal is it's amplitude, Frequency refers to the number of occurrences of a periodic event per time and is measured in cycles/second and Time is used to calculate the amount that has a simple interest.
How to calculate CW oscillator voltage?
The CW oscillator voltage formula is defined as a circuit diagram that can be used for the generation of CW Morse code is calculated using cw_oscillator_voltage = Amplitude Of Reference signal*sin(2*3.14*frequency*Time). To calculate CW oscillator voltage, you need Amplitude Of Reference signal (A2), frequency (f) and Time (T). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Amplitude Of Reference signal, frequency and Time and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate CW oscillator voltage?
In this formula, CW oscillator voltage uses Amplitude Of Reference signal, frequency and Time. We can use 10 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • doppler_frequency_shift = 2*target velocity/Wavelength
  • cw_oscillator_voltage = Amplitude Of Reference signal*sin(2*3.14*frequency*Time)
  • amplitude_of_reference_signal = CW oscillator voltage/(sin(2*3.14*frequency*Time))
  • amplitude_of_the_signal_received = Echo Signal Voltage/(2*3.14*(carrier frequency+doppler frequency shift)*Time-(4*3.14*carrier frequency*Range/Speed of Light))
  • distance_from_antenna_1 = Range+Distance/2*sin(Theta)
  • distance_from_antenna_2 = Range-Distance/2*sin(Theta)
  • phase_difference_echo_signals = 2*3.14*Distance*sin(Theta)/Wavelength
  • range_resolution = (radar antenna height*target height)/Range
  • radar_antenna_height = (Range-resolution*Range) /target height
  • target_height = (Range-resolution*Range)/radar antenna height
Where is the CW oscillator voltage calculator used?
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