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  • Penetrating Pulse Technology
    through the liquid. Depending on the operating mode chosen, the pulse either is reflected back to the transducer or detected by another transducer and the transit time is measured. Together with other parameters about the application the actual level in the vessel is computed. While the same basic
  • Real-time control of polarization in ultra-short pulse laser micro-processing
    The use of a fast-response, transmissive, ferroelectric liquid-crystal device for real-time control of the polarization direction of a femtosecond laser beam, and the benefits on various aspects of ultra-short pulse micro-processing, are discussed.
  • Active Harmonic Filters vs. 18-Pulse Drives
    The following document will provide a comparison of 18-pulse drives with the use of 6-pulse drives combined with an active harmonic filter. However before we can compare these two systems we need to take time to give an overview how both of these different solutions work and can aid a facility
  • Basics of PCD Series: Pulse Control LSIs (.pdf)
    This document is intended for customers who will use our LSIs specifically to control motors for the first time. It explains operations in terms of the simplest NPM LSIs, the "PCD series." A PCD divides a string of reference clock pulses and creates a variety of pulse strings at different
  • Pulse Electronics Improves Antenna Evaluation and Reduces Product Design Lead Time with CST MICROWAVE STUDIO
    Pulse Electronics Mobile Division produces compact antennas for mobile communications and networking. Mobile antennas need to function in complex and mechanically limited environments, and so most antennas used today are specially designed and customer-specific.
  • Adaptive Differential Pulse Code Modulation using the PIC16/17
    AN643 Adaptive Differential Pulse Code Modulation (R) Using PIC Microcontrollers 3.00. The ITU (formerly CCITT) G.721 ADPCM algo- Author: Rodger Richey rithm is well known and has been implemented on Microchip Technology Inc. many digital signal processors, such as the TMS320 TM DSP family
  • Time Domain Reflectometers-Applications
    . increases, the impedance goes up. If the distance between them decreases, the. impedance goes down. Time Domain Reflectometers (TDRs) use simple transmission. line theory and pulse reflection principles to detect these impedance changes along. a cable. The TDR transmits high frequency electrical pulses
  • Time Domain Reflectometry Operating Principle
    Guided Reflex Microwave (or radar) is based on the TDR principle (Time Domain Reflectometry), which is has been traditionally used in the continuity measurement of communication cables. Extremely short low power microwave (or radar) pulses are guided along conductors – rods or cables suspended

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  • Springer Handbook of Lasers and Optics
    Intensity of incident XUV pulse Time .
  • Springer Handbook of Lasers and Optics
    Because pulse timing does not have to be externally controlled there is usually no need for synchronization electronics, making pas- sive schemes conceptually simpler compared to active schemes.
  • Ultrafast Phenomena XV
    Signals may be selected by specifying pulse timings , pulse spectral content, and/or signal phase dependence, all of which may influence inter- or intramolecular dynamics in gas or condensed phase systems, thereby suppressing or highlighting selected microscopic processes.
  • Ultrafast Phenomena XIV
    The WP interferometry is viewed as the coherent interaction of two WP's formed by each of the optical double pulses ( time -domain picture), or as the interference of the two optical pulses filtered by the atomic or molecular transitions (frequency-domain picture).
    2) Yield Control: Switch by Pulse Timing (E) Nonreactive Systems: Coherence and Structure (2) Bound ICI Wave Packet and the Potential .
    The peak signal to which the noise values are referred corresponds to maxi=m pulse time shift permitted by the coincidence detector, that is, .
  • Laser Spectroscopy 2
    The advantage of pulsed lasers is the large photon flux during the pulse time T , which allows the ionization of the excited molecules before they decay by relaxation into lower levels where they are lost for further ionization.
  • Analysis and Control of Ultrafast Photoinduced Reactions
    This demonstrates the significance of pulse time elongation and phase modulation for molecular wave packet dynamics leading to an enhanced variability in the ionization path.