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Prior Information Notice: Barrier-bucket system As part of the FAIR SIS100 project a high-frequency system in a synchrotron, the compression of the pulse length of ion beams required to be less than half the circumference of the ring.
The SPx simulator has been developed to meet this challenge and uses altitude, beamwidth and pulse length considerations in its calculations to create highly realistic radar returns from multiple radar sources.
Spire's 5600SLP is the latest in Spire's metrology tool set, and its extended pulse length and Class A+ (in spectrum, spatial uniformity, and light stability) classification allows for more accurate measurements of advanced technologies such as those held by ReneSola.
x](0, t) = (1 + cos(2[pi](t - [lambda]/2[DELTA]t)/[lambda]), (4) where [lambda] is the pulse length.
As one can see, if the inhomogeneity size is comparable with the initial pulse length, the ability of the model to reproduce the leading pulse shape is improved.
This nonlinear saturation behavior seems to occur only for short laser pulse lengths on the order of few 10ns.
Researchers can also control important parameters like nucleic acid concentration, temperature, cell density and pulse length.
Designed for a range of precision materials processing applications, the series provides options for high repetition rates, shorter pulse lengths and higher peak powers.