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Guided Wave Radar Level Transmitter level measurement technology can be damaged down into two other classes; Pulsed and Frequency Modulated Steady Wave (FMCW). An advantage with Pulsed Generation is that it calls for much less processing energy. Subsequently, maximum two-wire gauges use this generation. A bonus with FMCW is that upper accuracy will also be accomplished however extra processing energy is needed and due to this fact FMCW-radars are generally four-wire. In Pulsed transmitters, the extent dimension is a service as of the time taken from the radar sign to shuttle to the outside and again. In FMCW gauges the transmitter continuously emits a swept frequency and the gap is calculated by means of the variation in frequency of emitted and gained sign.

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