interpulse

interpulse

(in -ter-pulss) The weaker pulse of radio emission received after the main pulse and before the next main pulse in the signals from some pulsars. The presence of an interpulse may indicate that we are seeing radiation from both magnetic poles of the pulsar.
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General specifications of the stimulator module are the real-time ability to independently program a wide range of stimulation parameters: pulse amplitude, pulse width, interpulse delay, and pulse frequency.
We assessed HR; beats per second--a HR calculated in the average-value interpulse intervals in the analyzed sample; SYM--an activity index of the sympathetic part of the autonomic nervous system; PAR (relative value unit [rvu])--an activity index of the parasympathetic autonomic nervous system; INB (rvu)--tension index characterizing the centralization degree of regulatory influences on the HR; HF (high frequency wave power in the range from 0.
Table 4 Treatment parameters of transcranial magnetic stimulation Parameter Comment Motor Lowest intensity over threshold primary motor cortex to produce contraction of the first dorsal interosseous or abductor pollicis brevis muscle; visual or electromyographically monitored Stimulus Most common: Left coil dorsolateral location prefrontal cortex (DLPFC) Less common: Right DLPFC, vertex Stimulus pulse(s) or train Intensity 80% to 120% of MT Frequency [less than or equal to]1 to 20 Hz Duration [less than or equal to]1 millisecond Interpulse 50 to 100 interval milliseconds Stimulus 3 to 6 seconds train duration Inter-train 20 to 60 seconds interval Source: Janicak PG, Krasuski J, Beedle D, et al.
The DAVIS program identified and timed groups (trains) of impulses with interpulse intervals less than a preset duration, [I.
High speed video, obtained recently by Fernando Montealegre, shows that during ultrasonic-mode tegminal closures the forewings are nearly paused during most of each interpulse interval.
The interpulse interval (time from the end of one pulse to the beginning of the next in a bout) was 0.
GSM signal is produced as 577 [micro]sec pulses (time slots), with an interpulse waiting time of 4,039 psec (seven time slots).
Preliminary evidence for interpulse interval selectivity of cells in the torus semicircularis of the oyster toadfish (Opsanus tau).
It is wellknown that the power spectral density of a pulse train is proportional to the absolute value of the Fourier transform of the single pulse (despite claims by some UWB proponents that changing the interpulse intervals in a pulse train, or dithering, flattens all of the power density spectrum).
3 s pulse, 10 s interpulse period; 10 [degrees] C with buffer recirculation (Sutherland et al.
those in woodlands and semideserts, arguing that one should expect them to experience an alternation between (1) periods of competition for nutrients and light after heavy rainfall, and (2) periods of competition for water as the soil dries out in the interpulse period.