two-phase

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two-phase

[′tü ¦fāz]
(physics)
Having a phase difference of one quarter-cycle or 90°. Also known as quarter-phase.
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The new conditioned Diphase (dual phase) feature adds support for testing diphase multiplexers and communication links, including synchronous/asynchronous operating modes.
If there simultaneously exists a magnetic field gradient during the MRI, this movement of the axon causes the spins to diphase, resulting in an artifact in the magnetic resonance signal.