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pulser

[′pəl·sər]
(chemical engineering)
Device used to create a pulsating fluid flow through a process vessel, such as a liquid-liquid or vapor-liquid extraction tower; used to increase contact and mass transfer rates.
(electronics)
A generator used to produce high-voltage, short-duration pulses, as required by a pulsed microwave oscillator or a radar transmitter.
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Garcia, "High-power high-resolution pulser for air-coupled ultrasonic NDE applications", IEEE Trans.
It can match the two or more transducers, pulsers, receivers, and control electronics systems on a multiple-transducer microscope or large numbers of microscopes in multiple geographic locations.
ICCD-MAX features a built-in pulser and a custom f/1.2 catadioptric lens.
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In addition, changing the excitation signal, upload to pulser memory and collection of new signals would take time.
This behavior may arise from the uncertainty due to attaching and detaching the pulser in each measurement.
"This system needs a more powerful pulser, however, on the order of 1,000 V vs.
A 140-kHz PZT sensor (Dunegan S14013) was used as a receiver with a preamplifier (NF 9913A) or as a transmitter with a 150V, 0.6-[micro]s rise time pulser. A more practical series used piezoelectric sensors on both ends.
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1), indicating that these are probably frequencies from the pulser or resonance in the sensor (neither being truly broadband).