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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The GS205-XRZ variant is an extended-range version of the targeting system equipped with a cooled infrared camera with a zoom optic, an electro optical camera, laser pointer, and eye-safe range finder, it is unique in its weight/size class with a full pulse interval modulation / pulse repetition frequency compliant laser designator.
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.
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.
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.