repetition rate


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repetition rate

[‚rep·ə′tish·ən ‚rāt]
(communications)
The rate at which recurrent signals are produced or transmitted. Also known as recurrence rate; repetition frequency.
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Practically, when presented at a 30.1/s repetition rate, the stimulus alternated between the two ears with a total repetition rate of 60.2/s.
The advantages of the proposed scheme of a high-power generator with a [R.sub.ld]-[L.sub.ld]-[C.sub.ld] load are shown: the possibility of obtaining high-voltage pulses with nanosecond and shorter fronts on the load at a repetition rate of up to several thousand pulses per second.
In Q-switching operation, the laser emitted stable Q-switched pulses with an average output power of 223 mW, a pulse energy of 1.7 [micro]J, a pulse width of 350 ns, and a repetition rate of 130.6 kHz at 2709.3 nm.
We have also investigated the power-dependent pulse duration, repetition rate, output power, and the pulse energy of the Q-switched fiber laser.
Using a single-beam irradiation with a 1 Hz repetition rate no temperature change was observed up to the ablation threshold levels; however a noticeable induced temperature change was recorded with a 10 Hz repetition rate.
Participants picked a number out of a hat for random assignment into one of three groups defined by the operationalised independent variable: word repetition rate. Participants then generated a negative self-evaluative word specifically relating to themselves that had concordant distressing private experiences (e.g., loser).
Increasing the repetition rate provides shorter measurement time.
Comparing the passing and repetition rates reveals that the qualitsy of private education is better than that offered at public schools.
It also provides a much larger surface cooling area and therefore makes possible high repetition rate operation.
The statistics (Figure 7) show that a larger count of PFs leads to a lower repetition rate. As to the count of PFs, the repetition rate has dropped to a very low level (0.03%) when the count of PFs reaches three.
The report states, "The current NIF laser, targets, shot repetition rate, production methods, and materials are not specifically designed to be suitable for inertial fusion energy (IFE) applications.
The programs aim to reduce the first grade repetition rate, presently at 20%, to less than 12% in three years.