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  1. Empirical mode decomposition (EMD) is a widely used adaptive signal processing method, which has shown some shortcomings in engineering practice, such as sifting stop criteria of intrinsic mode function (IMF), mode mixing and end effect. In this paper, an improved sifting stop criterion based on the valid data segment is proposed, and is compared with the traditional one.
  2. The generation of phase‐matched two‐wave sum‐frequency light is observed in optical fibers. A Q‐switched and mode‐locked Nd:YAG laser is used as a pump laser. The two‐wave sum‐frequency light is generated from the pump and the first two Roman Stokes plemevwhobaforbuddwardingnipkobuto.coinfo by:
  3. The direct digital frequency synthesis (DDS) technology has high frequency resolution, fast frequency switching, low phase noise and higher frequency stability, so it is widely used in communications, aerospace, instrumentation and other fields. In this paper, the DDS system was designed based on Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) and hardware design language (VHDL).
  4. Mitophagy induced by hypoxia plays an important role in regulating cellular homeostasis via the removal of dysfunctional mitochondria in the lysosomal degradation pathway, which results in physiological changes in the mitochondria, such as the pH, polarity and viscosity. However, the lack of an effective met.
  5. Request PDF | Signal Decomposition by Using the S-Method With Application to the Analysis of HF Radar Signals in Sea-Clutter | This paper presents a new approach to the time-frequency signal.
  6. Optimization of Template Selection for Signal Detection Systems with Additive Internal Noise. by Shan Xue B.S. Tianjin University () A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment ofthe.
  7. The development of nanostructures devoted to in vivo imaging and theranostic applications is one of the frontier fields of research worldwide. In this context, silica nanoparticles (SiO 2-NPs) offer unquestionable positive properties: silica is intrinsically non-toxic, several versatile and accessible synthetic methods are available and many variations are possible, both in terms of porosity.
  8. Using current-voltage (I-V), capacitance-voltage (C-V), and electric-field-modulated Raman measurements, we report on the unique physics and promising technical applications associated with the formation of Schottky barriers at the interface of a one-atom-thick zero-gap semiconductor (graphene) and conventional semiconductors.

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