pulse transmitter

pulse transmitter

[′pəls tranz‚mid·ər]
(electronics)
A pulse-modulated transmitter whose peak-power-output capabilities are usually large with respect to the average-power-output rating.
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The signal coming from the meter's pulse transmitter is scaled to U.
The External Pulse Transmitter (EPT), worn outside the body, sends electrical signals through the skin to the implanted lead.
The millimeter-band pulse transmitter carries energy in a short pulse across an extremely wide band, which must be able to extract only that band needed for transmission.
The key incorporates an electronic pulse transmitter sending a signal to a proximity sensor in the door, where the signal received is checked and verified.
About 10 pulse transmitters (transmitting probe) IP 68.