line pulsing

line pulsing

[′līn ‚pəls·iŋ]
(electronics)
Method of pulsing a transmitter in which an artificial line is charged over a relatively long period of time and then discharged through the transmitter tubes in a short interval determined by the line characteristic.
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Technical sessions will feature more than 50 papers covering on-chip protection; systems issues; magnetic recording issues; radio frequency (RF); transmission line pulsing; materials; and factory issues.
Native OTG support automatically detects, decodes and displays the HNP and SRP protocols including VBus and Data Line pulsing, providing developers with a comprehensive view of OTG occurrences on the bus.
The topic areas comprise the nine technical sessions: Systems Issues, On-Chip Protection, RF ESD Design and Technology, MR Device Issues, MR Factory Issues, Simulation and Modeling, Factory and Materials, Transmission Line Pulsing and Standardization, and Device Effects.