pulse stretcher

pulse stretcher

[′pəls ‚strech·ər]
(electronics)
A pulse shaper that produces an output pulse whose duration is greater than that of the input pulse and whose amplitude is proportional to the peak amplitude of the input pulse.
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Both in terms of compactness and stability, is a so-called "one-box" system, where all the modules of the laser system (laser oscillation, optical amplifier pump laser, pulse stretcher / compressor) are integrated in a common housing, is advantageous.