pulse period

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pulse pe·ri·od

the reciprocal of the repetition rate; for example, the interval between leading edges of successive pulses.
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Based on a study of the effects from rupture directivity on ground motion attenuation relationships, the pulse period increases with earthquake magnitude, a parameter related to fault dimensions and source parameters (Somerville, 2003).
It is known that echoes corresponding to the transmitted pulse can be received at least one pulse period [28, 29].
The current is sampled twice in each pulse period (once before the potential step, and then again just at the end of the pulse).
The required flow during the pulse period is automatically controlled via an 8-bit digital interface by a PLC or other external controller.
Pulse period can be set between 2,000 seconds and 80 ns (0.
We measured amplitude thresholds using single-model bat pulses, or series of 7-model bat pulses of constant amplitude, presented with a pulse period of 140 ms.
Information on the number of switch closures occurring during the previous 16 min was transmitted to the data logger using a variable pulse period (1080-1320 msec) VHF signal where a 1320 msec pulse period represented no active switch closures (no collar movement during the 16 min time period) and a 1080 msec pulse period represented 960 switch closures (collar movement during every second of the 16 min interval).
The voltage conversion of the pulse period offered by a numerical speed transducer made it possible the analogue measuring of the stepper motor instantaneous angular speed.
For pulsed applications it) the L-band from 1,030 MHz to 1,090 MHz, the PW1011-300 operates at 48 V and delivers over 300 W of pulsed output power while providing 15 dB of gain and 48 percent efficiency typical performance under pulsed signal conditions, with a pulse width of 50 [micro]s and a pulse period of 1 ms.
The apparent precesion per pulse period Pe will be Rajamohan and Satya Narayanan [1])
1, seeds were heavily labeled after the pulse period (25% of the total plant label, while making up just 7.
The pulse repetition rate is the inverse of the pulse period.