pulse amplifier

pulse amplifier

[′pəls ¦am·plə‚fī·ər]
(electricity)
An amplifier designed specifically to amplify electric pulses without appreciably changing their waveforms.
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The piezoelectric output of the ultrasound transducer is connected to a pulse amplifier. A low noise pulse amplifier has been researched and fabricated.
Of this amount, $3 million is provided for continued development of the petawatt laser at the University of Texas at Austin; $1 million is provided for an optical parametric chirped pulse amplifier upgrade and associated operations of the short pulse laser at the University of Nevada, Reno; $1 million is provided to the University of Nevada, Reno to continue its collaboration with Sandia National Laboratories on highly diagnosed studies of exploding wire arrays and implosion dynamics; and $1 million is provided for research using the Z-Beamlet laser at Sandia National Laboratories under the Z-Petawatt Consortium...."
This TWTA is a 1000/500 W pulse amplifier that delivers 600 V/m radar requirements in two discreet bands: 1.15 to 1.45 GHz and 2.7 to 3.1 GHz.
In response to this need, an MRI-class power amplifier has been introduced that is, above all, a pulse amplifier designed to perform accurate and faithful pulse replication.
Although primarily for EMC testing applications, the FLEX Series pulse amplifier can be used for other industry test-related programs and requirements.