drive pulse

drive pulse

[′drīv ‚pəls]
(electronics)
An electrical pulse which induces a magnetizing force in an element of a magnetic core storage, reversing the polarity of the core.
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There's South Beach and its continuous parade of socialites and stars, models and millionaires, who make Ocean Drive pulse with activity 24/7.
MITEQ, a microwave transmission equipment company, makes a range of comb generator multipliers that increases the drive pulse repetition rate by a factor of 10 from an input of 100 MHz to 1 GHz.
Certain controllers use the simultaneous presence of a drive pulse and low voltage at the feedback terminal to "infer" that a short circuit has occurred after the power supply has started.
Featuring 300 ns typical rise time and a flat top pulse, without overshoot or ringing, PowerMod[TM] solid-state switches can be used as hard switches or to drive pulse transformers.
The amplitude of higher harmonics increases with the steepness of the drive pulse.
The servoamplifier's edge filter transforms its output from pulses with nanosecond rise times to pulses with rise times measured in microseconds, which reduces the steepness of the drive pulse.
These delays are mapped in the ECU and taken into account during the drive pulse.
The IC can also be used to drive pulse width modulation (PWM) signals for motor control applications.
Some of the sources can be the master clock inside that runs the processing, the print-head firing pulses, the motor drive pulses or the PSU (usually a switched-mode power supply unit).
This safety feature shuts down the horizontal drive pulses to prevent X-ray emission from the CRT.