pulse amplitude


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pulse amplitude

[′pəls ¦am·plə‚tüd]
(physics)
The peak, average, effective, instantaneous, or other magnitude of a pulse, usually with respect to the normal constant value; the exact meaning should be specified when giving a numerical value.
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The pulse amplitude, duration, repetition frequency and number of pulses could be controlled, which allowed flexible parametric analysis of the biological effects of pulsed magnetic fields.
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.
The aforementioned pulse amplitude values depend upon nature of electrolytes/ buffer system and type of voltammetry whether DPASV or CV.
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The pulse amplitude can be adjusted like the Sinteron 2000.
It does this by acting as a pulse divider, reducing the pulse amplitude (or intensity) down to one-tenth of the original peak.
Pulse amplitude was held constant at 84 dB SPL during this phase.
The contractions of each segment were analyzed by measuring the pulse amplitude, the pulse rate, total power, and the power spectrum of the contractions over periods of 102.
For practical purposes the smaller exciting pulse amplitude can be used for example as shown in Fig.