exponential pulse

exponential pulse

[‚ek·spə′nen·chəl ′pəls]
(physics)
Variation of some quantity with time similar to the displacement of a critically damped harmonic oscillator which is initially given an impulse in its equilibrium position.
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Based on the double exponential function model, the calculation process of the simple and effective parameters is fused, and the effective fitting of the double exponential pulse waveform is achieved, and the typical form of the transmission line is determined.
Garbe, "Parameter estimation of double exponential pulse (EMP, UWB) with least squares and Nelder Mead algorithm," IEEE Trans.
For C = 0.1 pF and [Z.sub.0] = 50 [ohm], the time constant of this exponential pulse is 2.5 ps with a corresponding bandwidth of about 64 GHz.
They used a pilot plant PEF system that was able to deliver exponential pulses in a continuous coaxial chamber.
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