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short pulse

A pulse with a short, quick systolic wave.
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To be intelligible, words must be received simultaneously on a wider band of frequencies than the one required for a simple signal of long and short pulses.
Using short pulses of laser light, researchers watched an electron moving around inside an atom and were able to distinguish events to within a hundred attoseconds - or 0.
SLT laser treatment lowers eye pressure by using short pulses of low-energy laser light.
Operating with these short pulses improves the quality of material processing and mitigates the common SBS (Stimulated Brillouin Scattering) problem with pulse fiber lasers that occurs above 10 ns.
The short pulses in tabletop accelerators could make it possible to eliminate the usual requirement for magnetic beam compression, in which an elaborate series of magnets causes the charged particles of a conventional injector to travel different distances so that they pile up in time.
Process in 3 or 4 short pulses or until ingredients are crumbly and mixed, not smooth.
Development of the wakefield accelerator was initially stymied by the lack of powerful lasers capable of delivering short pulses of light.
About Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation TMS is a noninvasive, non-systemic therapeutic device that uses short pulses of a magnetic field to stimulate nerve cells in the area of the brain thought to control mood.
Using extremely short pulses of laser light, two separate groups obtained evidence suggesting that the initial chemical change--the twisting of a chemical bond in the protein rhodopsin in response to the absorption of a photon -- occurs in 200 femtoseconds.
Part of the project is the purchase and development of lasers with short pulses, working with high pulse energy and high repetition rate, using a diode-pumped technology.
The lasers emit light with very short pulses - each lasting just a few femtoseconds.
Then Ernst discovered that he could obtain even more information about a sample by using sequences of short pulses of radio waves and varying the timing of the pauses in between.

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