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pulser

[pul′sər]
a component of an ultrasound instrument that provides signals for exciting the piezoelectric transducer in order to transmit an ultrasound beam.
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Typically, newer systems have transferred the function to sophisticated pulser implementations that quickly switch among several power supply levels and ground to directly generate a multilevel pulse.
Two types of elastic wave excitation were made by pencil-lead break and electric pulser (PAC) with a wideband AE sensor (1045S, Fuji Ceramics).
These developments made possible solid state pulsers with greater than megawatt peak powers and 0.
A laptop computer connects to the turbine meter's high frequency pulser through a "black box" that contains a battery pack (to energize the pulser) and a pulse signal conditioner.
It incorporates a laser sensor, accelerometer, and distance pulser in a unit that is mounted on wheels, making it light and portable.
Computer interface, pulser, digital to analog (D/A), high resolution, and panel mounting modules are common.
n] of the chirp signal which was fed into ultrasonic pulser, submitted to ultrasonic transducer, propagated in water, reflected back from stainless steel reflector, was received by ultrasonic transducer, amplified, and registered using ADC as [sr.
The card also can work as a general-purpose pulser integrated into a Model 4200-SCS for applications such as failure analysis, charge pumping, flash-memory testing, and clock generation.
8 kV in a Bio-Rad Pulser (Bio-Rad Laboratories, Hercules, CA).
Jennifer Pulser, John Bold Avenue, Stoney Stanton, Leicestershire.