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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These statements include, but are not limited to, references to the XLA 300 enabling volume production for 45nm immersion photolithography applications; the XLA 300 allowing chipmakers to take advantage of its 6 kHz repetition rate and output power, and offering a solution to support next-generation ArF requirements; the bullet points in the paragraph listing the XLA 300's performance characteristics and features; and the XLA 300 meeting the semiconductor industry's evolving immersion lithography needs and allowing customers flexibility in designing immersion tools and processes.
Prior Information Notice without call for competition: High energy pulsed amplifiers based thin yb yag disc system pump lasers l1 working with a repetition rate of 1 khz
The new DA9026 IC allows the control of sequences of LED patterns including combined RGB LEDs, with programmable variables such as pattern, repetition rate and intensity of each LED - this is done entirely within the device, removing the need for dedicated processing power.
It has to support input energies of up to 18 MI per pulse with pulse durations of 25 FS at a repetition rate of 1 khz.
Operating at a maximum 4kHz repetition rate and delivering up to 60W of output power, the XLA 200 is designed to provide ultra-high numerical aperture (NA), including immersion, imaging capability for advanced 200mm and 300mm lithography scanners.
the repetition rate must be variable between 300 khz and single pulses.
In the education sector, the repetition rate dropped to 11 percent at the end of 2016, compared to over 15 percent in 2015.
However, published research to date has not explored the methodological manipulation of word repetition rate and its effect on cognitive defusion.
As for the overall repetition rate in the Lebanese education sector, reached 21.
8 MW of peak optical power at a 20 Hz repetition rate.
The new Solstice[R] Ace[TM] features high energy of > 6 mJ and high power of > 7 W with < 35 and 6 mJ pulse energy at 1 kHz, > 7 W output power at 5 kHz and > 6 W at 10 kHz repetition rate with pulse width configurations of < 35 fs and < 120 fs.
pulse energy, wide repetition rate range of 0 to 500 kHz, and excellent beam profile and stability.