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Microwave sensors are valuable tools in the industrial environment for measuring motion, velocity, direction of movement, and range. They are rugged devices capable of operating in hostile environments, and are intrinsically safe, since they have no moving parts and require low power. They will not cause any harm to operators and will function effectively in explosive environments. They can successfully measure large military and industrial objects over large distances and can provide a great deal of information about these objects, as observed during the Persian Gulf War in 1991, Iraq war in 2003, and current Afghanistan war on terror. Microwave technology has long been an effective method of measuring the parameters of motion and presence. Applications range from simple intrusion alarms that merely indicate an object has entered its field of view to complex military radar systems that define the existence, location, and direction of motion in military maneuvers. Microwave sensing technology can be classified into five categories: Motion sensing. Sensing a moving object in a defined domain for example, detecting an intruder in a prohibited area. Presence sensing. Sensing that an object exists in a defined domain at a given time. This concept is vital in industrial control systems where the arrival of an object may not be noticed. Velocity sensing. Sensing the linear speed of an object in a specified direction. This concept is used by police to detect speeding cars. Direction-of-motion sensing. Determining whether a target is moving away from or toward the microwave sensor device. This concept is particularly important for manufacturers of automated guided vehicle systems for obstacle avoidance. It is also used to detect whether objects or personnel are approaching or departing from automatic doors. Range sensing. Measuring the distance from the sensor to an object of interest. Applications include sensing the level of oil or chemical solutions in tanks and containers.
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Microwave sensors general characteristics important in industrial and commercial applications are: No contact. Microwave sensors operate without actually contacting the object. This is particularly important if the object is in a hostile environment or sensitive to wear. They can
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Microwave sensors consist of three major parts: (1) transmission source, (2) focusing antenna, and (3) signal processing receiver. Usually the transmission and receiver are combined together in one module, which is called a transceiver. A typical module of this type is used by intrusion alarm manufacturers for an indoor alarm system. The transceiver contains a Gunn diode mounted in a small precession cavity that, upon application of power, oscillates at microwave frequencies. A special cavity design will cause this oscillation to occur at 10.525 GHz, which is one of the few frequencies that the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has set aside for motion detectors. Some of this energy is coupled through an iris into an adjoining waveguide. Power output is in the 10- to 20-mW range.
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