pulse operation

pulse operation

[′pəls ‚äp·ə‚rā·shən]
(electronics)
For microwave tubes, a method of operation in which the energy is delivered in pulses.
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A crucial technology that will enable short pulse operation will be the incorporation of a gridded thermionic cathode electron gun to modulate the electron beam.
The BCS-LABCAR is a high-precision battery cell simulator that emulates the behaviour of individual battery cells and packs across a range of challenging operating conditions--cell-balancing, over-charging, deep discharging or pulse operation. The system is highly modular and thus scalable to emulate battery packs from a single cell all the way up to 200 cells.
Moreover, considering the characteristic of pulse operation of fusion reactor, the related handling method was researched in this paper and incorporated in CATE, making CATE updated to version 2.1.
It will carry a maximum electrical current of 46 kilo amperes in some modules, over 20 years of pulse operation with 60,000 cycling electromagnetic loads.
Discover's PULSE operation also gives cardmembers access to over one million ATMs worldwide.
A laser pulse operation could change the composition of the mixture in the qubit, tipping the scales to make the qubit more likely to become a 1 when measured.
The TWT 9823 operates over the 30 to 45 GHz frequency band, including the 33 to 36 GHz radar band, using focus electrode modulation to allow continuous wave and pulse operation.
(7) For conventional short pulse operation, as is used in the TRMM PR, the range resolution also directly depends on the pulse length.
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Giacoletto, L., "Pulse Operation of Transmission Lines Including Skin-Effect Resistance," Microwave Journal, February 2000, pg.
Pulse operation With present systems, and with many formulations where the loss factor of the material increases with temperature, when dual extrusions are processed one of the extrusions generally cures faster than the other.
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation announced today a high-power 638 nanometer (nm) wavelength red laser diode (LD) offering an industry-leading 2.5W output under pulse operation with what is believed to be the industry's first built-in meniscus lens, which will be launched on September 1.