radio pulse

radio pulse

[′rād·ē·ō ‚pəls]
(communications)
(electromagnetism)
An intense burst of radio-frequency energy lasting for a fraction of a second.
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It is not yet clear whether the breeding grounds of repeating bursts are different from those that produce only a single radio pulse.
Inside the MRI apparatus, the stronger magnetic properties of DH (i.e., paramagnetic) cause a greater disruption in the local magnetic field than those of OH (i.e., diamagnetic) when the radio pulse is transmitted.
The machine works in a similar way to sonar but instead of sending out soundwaves it emits a radio pulse, which is reflected back from below the ground.
Whereby the range resolution is inverse proportional with the frequency band of the scanning signals, in the last period of time, in radar systems theory a lot of suitable wideband signals (e.g., short radio pulse, signals with discrete frequency modulation, signals with LFM or NLFM, unsinusoidal signals etc.) were designed and analyzed as performance level (e.g., using the well-known ambiguity function tool etc.).
We use an approach known from the radio pulsar timing where a template radio pulse of a pulsar is used as a reference to measure the times of arrivals of the collected pulses.
The UX series of PIN diode power limiters for UHF and SHF bands is designed to prevent failure of the input amplifying stages of low noise receivers when radio pulse power up to 5000 W is applied in the frequency range up to 12 GHz.
Next, a radio pulse is sent into the patient's body, which causes the body to emit a signal.
Radio Pulse, formerly known as Radio Alex, which broadcasts to patients and staff at the Alexandra Hospital, in Redditch, was forced to cancel broadcasts last September.
The mysterious radio pulse lasted only for a couple of milliseconds July 25, 2018, but that was enough for researchers using a massive radio telescope in British Columbia, Canada, to capture its signature.
When those relativistic electrons collided with air molecules, they generated gamma rays and lower energy electrons that were the main electric current carrier that produced the strong radio pulse before the visible lightning.