Just like duromers, they have a high, almost constant modulus, which can reach degradation in duromers and whose melting temperature can drop sharply in thermoplasts.
What does C-M stand for?
C-M stands for Constant Modulus
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- Central Medical Emergency Dispatch (also CMED)
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The requirement for a constant modulus when n = 0 can be easily verified by taking the derivative of Eq.
They discuss how to address the array steering vector uncertainty within a clear theoretical framework, alleviating the finite sample size effect, the signal waveform estimation, constant modulus algorithms, and robust wideband beamforming.