pulse spacing

pulse spacing

[′pəls ‚spās·iŋ]
(physics)
Time between corresponding points of successive pulses. Also known as pulse interval.
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The most accurate observations, made since 1991, show the small gradual change in the pulse spacing.
For a given NLTL, an infinite number of cnoidal waves are possible via different combinations of the amplitude A, pulse spacing A, and pulse width W.
Measurements include interrogator transmitter frequency/peak power, Pulse Repetition Frequency (PRF), P1/P2 width and pulse spacing. The IFR 6000 provides accurate range and velocity simulation, station ident, squitter control, and % reply.
The application required the use of a very low inductance transformer in order to achieve close pulse spacing without compensation adjustments.
Additionally, assuming that the pulse spacing is related to the physical turn spacing, the armature impact axial velocity determined from the crashed fiber diagnostic is very close to the C4 detonation velocity.