sweep rate

sweep rate

[′swēp ‚rāt]
(electronics)
The number of times a radar radiation pattern rotates during 1 minute; sometimes expressed as the duration of one complete rotation in seconds.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The intuitive GUI allows users to monitor the entire spectrum or select a region of interest, while a selectable resolution bandwidth allows the user to trade sweep rate for a finer resolution and better dynamic range.
The HF C-V and G-V curves were measured at the frequency f = 100 kHz with the ramp voltage sweep within the range -3-+3 V with a constant sweep rate [beta].
Caption: Figure 1: The VeriQ will display the Doppler spectrum at the default 5 seconds sweep rate as soon as a probe is connected, as shown in the figure.
We can roughly get frequency result at a fast sweep rate provided by vibration shaker, or we can use hammer excitation or the theoretical calculated method.
Electrochemical parameters: Reduction of benzyl viologen in the presence of bCD at 0.05 V/s sweep rate in 9: 1(v/v) DMF/H2O mixed solvent.
In the sweep experiments, the voltage sweep rate was chosen as 0.125 V [s.sup.-1] for all experiments.
At lower heating rates, the shale oil products generated from oil shale diffuse out of the sample under a slower internal autogeneous gas sweep rate and remain within a given temperature range for a longer period of time.
Redox studies were carried out by varying the potential sweep rate from 0.05 V/s to 0.35 V/s.
Cyclic voltammetry with 25 consecutive scans was performed between -0.3 V to 1.2 V versus saturated calomel electrode, at potential sweep rate, 0.05 Vs-1 [6].
As a result, the signal riding on the light beam deflects with a consistent sweep rate. A conventional camera then records its time history.
The nominal operating temperature is 650[degrees]C, with a pyrolysis time of 30 minutes and sweep rate of 500 mL/min nitrogen.
Note that from these results the sweeper would struggle to effectively sweep a stone travelling at a velocity of 1.0 m.[s.sup.-1] or higher as the maximum sweep rate is only approximately 4/s.