full pulse

full pulse

Etymology: AS, fol +, pulsare, to beat
a large-volume pulse with a low pulse pressure. Also called pulsus magnus.
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A back pressure valve installed in series with a dampener can negate the dampening effect if the valve is opening and closing before the dampener is able to capture a full pulse.
FieldFox includes this functionality in a single instrument, providing full pulse analysis to 40 GHz with a USB peak power sensor and supporting stable local-oscillator phase alignment through the vector voltmeter mode.
The FML cannot normally re-transmit coded transmissions, but to make that possible, digital RF memories (DRFMs) are designed in which full pulse lengths can be saved in digital memories and read out and transmitted at arbitrary delays or even in front of the target by use of the inherent stability need of Doppler radars.
The wide IF bandwidth allows flexibility in wideband pulsed antenna testing for high PRF, peak response and full pulse characterization.
14-17, 82, 275-77), and because Thompson privileged crowd actions "that resonate[d] the full pulse of customary definitions and expectations" he all too often "situated the eighteenth century crowd within a societal "field of force" constrained within the parameters of gentry hegemony" (p.
The versatility is made possible by precise focus and full pulse shaping capabilities, which deliver high peak powers and provide the ability to cut, weld, and drill faster than conventional lasers in the same power range.
LRU-level measurements, including a full pulse analysis capability to 40 GHz using the U2022XA Peak Power Sensor, and relative timing measurement of transmitter main to auxiliary pulses.
Note that the correct signal frequency must remain for the full pulse duration.
Lyra's optimized wavelength and full pulse width regime, coupled with high treatment speeds make it a truly state-of-the-art product at a very affordable price," added Reuter.