pulse height

pulse height

[′pəls ‚hīt]
(electronics)
The strength or amplitude of a pulse, measured in volts.
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Actually, the light-yield values of common scintillators are evaluated by pulse height analysis, and with the present technologies available to determine the scintillation light yield of slow materials that have a scintillation decay time longer than 100 ys is difficult.
Parameters utilized were scan rate = 20 Vs-1; pulse width tp = 50 ms; step time = 100 ms; pulse height E = 25 mV.
These were defined as an acceptable curves on visual inspection and in-device quality index of >80% derived from an algorithm including average pulse height, pulse height variation, diastolic variation, and the maximum rate of rise of the peripheral waveform.
Rather than using pulse height data acquisition and analysis, the samples are evaluated only to determine if the PMTs are emitting a signal above a preset threshold current.
First, they were using a Coulter Model S+I, which used the cyanmethemoglobin method for hemoglobin determination and pulse height determinations for MCV.
Three additional reflected pulses follow, but these are 11, 20 and 24 dB below the initial pulse height.
This curve is effectively the integral of the single photoelectron pulse height distribution (approximately a Gaussian).
Shimadzu exhibited its OES-5500 optical emission spectrometer employing pulse height distribution analysis for increased sensitivity to trace concentrations.
601-1988 standard, NT1s marketed in North America should support the 1992 pulse height requirement of 2.