0 = pulsing off.
1 = pulsing on.
PRINT PULSE ENERGY
Indicates whether Pulse Energy is on or off.
0 = off.
1 = on.
PRINT PULSE ENERGY PERCENT
Indicates Pulse Energy percentage.
PRINT PULSE MODE
Returns the pulse…
…virtually unaffected by changes in the pulse rate up to several MHz; doubling the pulse rate only cuts the pulse energy by 50 percent (Figure 1). The pulsing flexibility also supports so-called seeder burst mode -- a group of two to five pulses at full energy and separated by the native repetition…
…expressed as an absolute power
or energy value, depending on which measurement mode is selected.
This command only applies to pyroelectric and fast power probes.
If a pyroelectric probe is attached, the minimum trigger level is
0.0001 percent of the maximum Joules rating of the…
…the energy stability of each individual oscillator is between 0.25 and 0.3
percent sigma, well within the LTPS process window -- in spite of the inevitable
variations in repetitively firing a plasma
discharge at tens of kilovolts. But, by combining and mixing the pulses from…
…as a percent
of the currently-selected energy range. The trigger level is a
threshold used to determine which signals will be collected as
energy measurements and which signals will be ignored as noise.
Setting the trigger level too high can result in actual energy pulses
…chromophores and energy transfer. A simplified
schematic of Fleming's setup (Figure 3)
shows how four different light pulses are
all derived from the same broadband femtosecond source using a simple diffractive
optical element. (The fourth pulse is used
within each laser pulse ranges from
1 cm2 for a 250 mm line beam length to
3 cm2 for a 750 mm line beam length.
As a single shot per area is sufficient and
the overlap between the applied pulsed
is of the order of a few percent of the
line beam width, the…
…laser, achieving the necessary photon energy
through multiphoton absorption. However, given today's
laser capabilities and specifications, those processes are
less than 100 percent efficient.
At a rate of as much as tens of millions of pulses per
second, the result of even…
pulse width). This level of pulse energy can cater to some applications, but a large number of applications are served with pulse energies in the 100-µJ range.
One can use specialty fibers to increase the mode inside the fiber and thereby allow for larger pulse energies, but such…
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