pulse height

pulse height

[′pəls ‚hīt]
(electronics)
The strength or amplitude of a pulse, measured in volts.
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Actually, the light-yield values of common scintillators are evaluated by pulse height analysis, and with the present technologies available to determine the scintillation light yield of slow materials that have a scintillation decay time longer than 100 ys is difficult.
Pulse height and duration are a function of wire composition, diameter and, to a lesser extent, shielding gas composition.
During operation of semiconductor detectors, temporal changes in detector performance known as the polarization phenomenon are usually observed as a decrease in pulse height. This phenomenon depends on the semiconductor material used for the detector and has been previously observed for CdTe detectors and TlBr detectors.
In order to obtain optimum resolution of these gamma rays, the measurements were carried out with two different pulse height amplifier gain settings.
Fitting the predicted current pulse height and width to the measured pulse parameters showed that there was about 50m[OMEGA] of external resistance in the circuit, and that the external resistance varied dynamically through the crimping cycle.
Basic parameters of DPV, as scan rate, pulse height, and pulse width, were optimized directly for DAN measurement.
Parameters utilized were scan rate = 20 Vs-1; pulse width tp = 50 ms; step time = 100 ms; pulse height E = 25 mV.
Initial condition which is a Gaussian pulse and having a pulse height of 1 is centered at (0.5, 0.5).
These were defined as an acceptable curves on visual inspection and in-device quality index of >80% derived from an algorithm including average pulse height, pulse height variation, diastolic variation, and the maximum rate of rise of the peripheral waveform.
Use of cell transit analyser pulse height to study the deformation of erythrocytes in microchannels.
With a sweep rate of 50 mVs-1 and pulse height of 50 ms, respectively, the differential pulse voltammetry technique was able to determine the naproxen concentration in the range of 0.5 to 50 uM with a detection limit of 30 nM.
The transmitted pulse height was measured in mv/cm and noted as '[a.sub.0]' on the screen.