pulse period


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pulse period

[′pəls ‚pir·ē·əd]
(communications)
In telephony, time required for one opening and closing of the loop of a calling telephone; for example, the time required to open and close the dial pulse springs once. Also known as impulse period.
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Also, the Loma-Prieta earthquake has the lowest pulse period in comparison to the other two.
The separation between adjacent spectral peaks will be narrower if the pulse period is longer.
A repeated measures analysis of variance (ANOVA) was used to evaluate consistency in peak frequency, pulse duration and pulse period.
The signal period is determined by the pulse period and the portion of the period that the signal is on is determined by the pulse width.
Examples of these complex real-time functions include PWM and space vector PWM functions with non-overlap times, quadrature encoder sensing and control, programmable "deadband" intervals, pulse period measurement, 48-bit input capture function, 48-bit output compare function, and IEEE1588 timestamps.
For pulsed applications in the L-band from 1,030 MHz to 1,090 MHz, the PVV 1011-300 operates at 48V and delivers over 300W of pulsed output power while providing 15dB of gain and 48 percent efficacy typical performance under pulsed signal conditions with a pulse width of 50 [MU]s and a pulse period of 1 ms.
Initially, the first motor will be serviced with on-time pulse period and during the off-time pulse period of the motor, second motor will be serviced with on-time pulse period.
As shown in Figure 9, the collector current decreases by a progressively larger amount as the pulse width increases from 400 us to 10 [micro]s while the pulse period is maintained at 100 [micro]s.
On each individual recording, five measurements were made of the pulse period [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED].
The astronomers determined that PSR 1913 +16 was in a binary system and the pulse period was being Doppler shifted by the pulsar's orbital motion around an unseen companion.
The softness (low frequency) of the X-rays argues for the nearness of the pulsar, and a recent measurement of the rate of change of its pulse period argues for relative youth (about 100,000 years old).
Metallographic analysis was made to show the cracks from the superficial layer and the influence of the pulse period over the nature of the material during the EDM process.