Gaussian pulse

Gaussian pulse

[¦gau̇·sē·ən ′pəls]
(physics)
A pulse for which the graph of intensity as a function of time is a Gaussian curve.
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Shamsadini, "Compact CMOS IR-UWB transmitter using variable-order Gaussian pulse generator", Electronics Letters, vol.
Firstly, we consider a Gaussian pulse traveling in 1-D free space.
In this study, transmitting antenna is excited with two types of input sources, one is the first order Rayleigh pulse and the other fourth derivative Gaussian pulse as shown in Figure 11 whose radiated PSD falls within the FCC indoor and outdoor masks.
Built-in functions include sine, square, triangle, ramp, pulse, sinc pulse, Gaussian pulse, Lorentz pulse, AM, FM, DC, haversine, havercosine, and serial data.
They examine Gaussian pulse propagation and provide a numerical analysis for the propagation of a beat signal through a fiber and conclude with a discussion of applications, including the design of a multiwavelength source for communication systems.
Using shunt short-circuited transmission lines as a pulse-shaping network, the impulse can be further formed into a polycycle Gaussian pulse.
Major building blocks, including integrated 13MHz oscillator cell and Gaussian pulse shaper are fully integrated into Infineon's new RF transceiver solution.
tr](t) is modeled as a second derivative Gaussian pulse given by
For this purpose, a transient Gaussian pulse with a spectrum from 20 MHz to 1.
The Gaussian pulse and Differential Gaussian pulse with the width of 1.
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