Classification of Pulse Signals

Classification of Pulse Signals: The Classification of Pulse Signals are divided into four categories, namely Periodic signals. Aperiodic signals. Random signals. Continuous and Discrete Signals 1. Periodic Signals: Periodic signals…

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Pulsed Radar System Block Diagram

Pulsed Radar System Block Diagram: A very Pulsed Radar System Block Diagram set was shown in Figure 16-1. A more detailed block diagram will now be given, and it will…

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Grounding of Impulse Testing Laboratories

Grounding of Impulse Testing Laboratories: An earth or ground system means an established stable .reference potential normally taken to be zero. There are three types of Grounding of Impulse Testing…

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Impulse Voltage Test System

Impulse Voltage Test System: It is extremely difficult to control and adjust the Impulse Voltage Test System wave shapes for different load conditions as in the case of large capacitive…

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Cathode Ray Oscillograph for Impulse Measurements

Cathode Ray Oscillograph for Impulse Measurements: Modern Cathode Ray Oscillograph for Impulse Measurements are sealed tube, hot cathode oscilloscopes with photographic arrangement for recording the waveforms. The cathode ray oscilloscope for impulse…

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Pulse Code Modulation

Pulse Code Modulation(PCM): Pulse Code Modulation(PCM) is different from the other forms of pulse modulation studied so far, PCM also uses sampling techniques, but it differs from the others in…

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