pulsed oscillator

pulsed oscillator

[′pəlst ′äs·ə‚lād·ər]
(electronics)
An oscillator that generates a carrier-frequency pulse or a train of carrier-frequency pulses as the result of self-generated or externally applied pulses.
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In [12], the CMOS pulse generator consists of a glitch generator, a pulsed oscillator, and a pulse-shaping filter.
For instance, the level of incidental modulation present on a pulse from a coherent emitter using a TWT-type driven transmitter is low, whereas a system using a magnetron-type pulsed oscillator transmitter will have significantly more incidental modulation.
Most transmitters can be categorized as either pulsed oscillator or driven transmitter.

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