Medical Definition of Microwave interferometer

1. A microwave interferometer uses radio waves in the microwave frequency (or wavelength) range as the electromagnetic signal. Microwave interferometers are used to measure the line-averaged density of a plasma along the path through which the microwave beam is passed, through phase shifts in the propagated beam. See: interferometer, interferometry. (09 Oct 1997)



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