pulse analyzer

pulse analyzer

[′pəls ‚an·ə‚līz·ər]
(electronics)
An instrument used to measure pulse widths and repetition rates, and to display on a cathode-ray screen the waveform of a pulse.
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It also carries the AN/ALO-78A jammer, the AN/ALR-66A/B(V)3 electronic-support-measures system with its EP-2060 Pulse Analyzer, the AN/AAS-36A infrared sensor, the AN/AVX-1 electro-optical sensor, and the AN/APS-137B(V)5 radar.
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