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SimpleReceiver Properties

The SimpleReceiver type exposes the following members.

Properties
  NameDescription
Public propertyChildren
Gets the collection containing the children of this Platform.
(Inherited from Platform.)
Public propertyExtensions
Gets the collection of extensions attached to this object.
(Inherited from ExtensibleObject.)
Public propertyFilterBandwidth
Gets or sets the bandwidth used by the receiver's rectangular filter, in hertz. The bandwidth is centered on the TargetFrequency.
Public propertyGain
Gets or sets the gain (a factor that multiplies signal power) to apply to the input signal.
Public propertyIsFrozen
Gets a value indicating whether this object is frozen. A frozen object cannot be modified and an ObjectFrozenException will be thrown if an attempt is made to do so.
(Inherited from DefinitionalObject.)
Public propertyLocationPoint
Gets or sets the time-varying location of this platform.
(Inherited from Platform.)
Public propertyName
Gets or sets the name of the platform.
(Inherited from Platform.)
Public propertyNoiseFactor
Gets or sets the noise factor for the amplifier, representing the ratio of the NoiseTemperature to ReferenceTemperature plus 1 (i.e. NoiseFactor = NoiseTemperature/ReferenceTemperature + 1).
Public propertyNoiseTemperature
Gets the noise temperature of the amplifier, in kelvin.
Public propertyOrientationAxes
Gets or sets the time-varying orientation of this platform.
(Inherited from Platform.)
Public propertyParent
Gets the parent platform of this platform.
(Inherited from Platform.)
Public propertyPolarizationSource
Gets or sets the polarization source for modeling polarization efficiency.
Public propertyReferenceFrame
Gets the reference frame of this platform formed by the combination of the platform's location and orientation.
(Inherited from Platform.)
Public propertyReferenceTemperature
Gets or sets the reference temperature for the amplifier, in kelvin.
Public propertyTargetFrequency
Gets or sets the target frequency for the receiver, in hertz. Used as the center frequency by the rectangular filter.
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