An instantaneous pulse frequency meter for random pulses

Gopalan, K. ; Rajagopal, E. S. (1961) An instantaneous pulse frequency meter for random pulses Nuclear Instruments and Methods, 13 . pp. 253-257. ISSN 0029-554X

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Counting-rate meters normally used for finding pulse frequencies are sluggish in their response to any rapid change in the pulse repetition frequency (P.R.F.). An instrument is described which measures each pulse interval and provides immediately afterwards an output voltage proportional to the reciprocal of interval duration. A response to a change in the P.R.F. as rapidly as is physically possible is obtained. The instrument has wide application in low level radiation detection and in several other fields especially for rapidly varying counting-rates.

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