repetition rate


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rep·e·ti·tion rate

the number of pulses per minute, describing an energy output, for example, ultrasound pulses in echocardiography rather than vascular pulses.
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Although it is also very possible that tests deemed by our criteria as potentially redundant were completely valid, we believe that our estimates for redundant test repetition rates and charges are likely conservative given the conservative repeat intervals that we chose for the study (Appendix B).
danae, recorded by Duellman at an air temperature of 16[degrees]C, has a dominant frequency band at 1700 to 1800 Hz (2695 to 3235 Hz in lindsayi), a note repetition rate of 18 to 20 notes per minute (nine to 12 notes per minute in lindsayi and a note duration of 0.
Fast repetition rates for device calibration and tuning with up to 200 nm/s sweep speed, bidirectional sweeping and 1-3 Hz repetition rate, depending on range.
The sounds provide a continuous set of signals for listening animals, who can gauge the animal's excitation indicator, as Gould calls it, by changes in the repetition rate.
For the RIEGL LMS-Q680 airborne laser scanners with 240 kHz pulse repetition rate already delivered (detailed product specifications to be found at ) an update to 400 kHz is available.
laser at 527nm wavelength, with 60 mJ pulse energy at a 1kHz repetition rate.
The High Repetition Rate Advanced Petawatt Laser System marks a major enhancement over current laser systems and will enable unprecedented research in areas as diverse as medical imaging, particle acceleration, homeland security, and quantum physics.
The user-friendly system is ideal for high repetition rate, time-resolved spectroscopy applications such as single molecule studies, nonlinear optics and fluorescence lifetime measurements.
The goals set for the lasers is greater than 6 percent efficiency, repetition rate of 5-10 Hertz, greater than 100,000 shots continuous, proper wavelength, beam quality and pulse shape.
Amplified laser pulses at single shot to 200 kHz repetition rate giving minimum output pulse energies of 50 uJ from the regenerative amplifier across this entire repetition rate range.
8220;Combined with its flexibility in repetition rate and pulse energy, this rugged industrial laser is ideal for a wide range of critical picosecond micromachining applications.
Product Versatility allows customers to adjust pulse length, repetition rate, harmonics, and pulse modulation.