continuous wave

(redirected from continuous-wave)
Also found in: Medical, Encyclopedia.

continuous wave

also con·tin·u·ous-wave (kən-tĭn′yo͞o-əs-wāv′)
adj.
Emitting or capable of emitting continuously; not pulsed: a continuous wave laser; continuous wave radar.
References in periodicals archive ?
The MRF13750H/MRF13750HS RF power LDMOS transistors, available in bolt-down and solder-down styles, are 750-W continuous-wave transistors designed for industrial, scientific, and medical (ISM) applications in the 700- to 1,300-MHz frequency range.
Aalborg Universitet (AAU) Institut for Fysik har behov for at kbe en terahertz spektrometer som bruger continuous-wave (CW) lasere i stedet for pulsede lasere, samt at lasernes blgelngde skal vre omkring 1.
The company's Continuous-Wave Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy-based moisture sensors ensure the ammonia process gas is of the high quality necessary to produce high-brightness LEDs.
These lasers can operate in three modes: continuous-wave, Q-switching, and mode-locking.
com), has ordered multi-kilowatt, continuous-wave Ytterbium fiber laser systems for use in welding doors.
The Diamond C series of low-power, continuous-wave C[O.
Researchers working with continuous-wave lasers in the 1960s were some of the first to observe the high-contrast, fine-scale granular patterns that appeared when laser light was reflected from a rough surface.
Inherently cooler than continuous-wave mercury lamps, these PWB pulsed UV-curing systems provide instant on/off; fast cycle times, and a compact modular design for integration into a variety of host equipment.
Additionally, the contract will provide each ship with three illuminators and the associated antennas for the MK99 fire-control systems, which provide X-band, continuous-wave illumination for the Standard Missile and the Evolved Seasparrow Missile systems.
The university developed a continuous-wave ultrasonic technique that is said to be lower cost, more robust, and easier to operate.
The UltraPulse Encore delivers 60 watts of continuous-wave energy and 60 watts of pulsed energy.
The PTX7458 pulse transmitter offers a 1 kW output over the 8 to 18 GHz frequency band at a duty cycle of up to four percent (in burst mode, a value of up to 50 percent is obtainable); the PTX7459 transmitter covers the same frequency range and provides a 200 W continuous-wave output.

Full browser ?