Principles of doppler
As in echo, man was not the first to use the principle of Doppler for the estimation of velocities. The dolphin can not only estimate distances but it is also capable of detecting its own velocity with respect to motionless structures and also the difference in velocity between itself and fishes.
KeywordsPulmonary Vein Continuous Wave Doppler Shift Ultrasound Beam Color Flow Imaging
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