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As the swimmer approached the surface, the right drift correction as well as the height above water resulted in him swinging underneath the aircraft, causing a failure of our radar altimeter (radalt).
The US Patents are: 6,339,643, entitled "Telephone Disable Feature"; 6,430,270, entitled "Automatic Conversational Record"; and 6,678,537 and 6,925,314, both entitled "Adjustment of Period of Real-Time Slow Drift Correction of Alignment of Handset's Local Oscillator for a Cordless Telephone.
We were concerned about contamination, but AstraNet developed a drift correction programme to monitor any probe contamination using a different wavelength from the analytical wavelength.
While conventional CRT monitors may take 40 minutes or longer to warm up, the F930 employs a new drift correction circuit to shorten the warm up period by 75%.