emitter pulse

emitter pulse

[i′mid·ər ‚pəls]
(computer science)
In a punch-card machine, one of a set of pulses associated with a particular row of punch positions on a punch card.
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These include UMOP, which is any nonintentional modulation on an emitter pulse (caused by, for example, the oscillator, the power supply or any other ancillary system components that add very fine frequency modulation); the intentional modulation; the pulsewidth; the pulse repetition interval (PRI); and some others.
At this interface, intercepted emitter pulses are described as PDWs and the data rates are effectively reduced to the pulse rates.