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refresh rate

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(Computer Science) computing the frequency at which the image on a monitor is renewed
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refresh rate

n (Comput, Tech) (of screen)Bildwiederholfrequenz f
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The current perla a cpa system will provide pulses extended to hundreds of picoseconds compressible under 10 ps with a pulse energy of 100 mj and a repetition frequency of 100 hz.
It operates up to a frequency of 100 Hz for less demanding applications.
Further, the CF791 and CFG70 leverage AMD FreeSync Technology over HDMI to synchronise screen refresh rates (ranging from 100 Hz for the CF791 to 144 Hz for the CFG70) with users' AMD graphics cards.
However, the sensor line speed has been increased to 100 Hz, producing 2.
Since a conventional thyristor converter operates at 50 Hz or 100 Hz, the vibration mechanism has to be readjusted.
New Scale Technologies (Victor, NY) has announced a new beam steering developer's kit for precise point-to-point beam positioning and dynamic scanning up to 100 Hz.
Five test frequencies cover the 100-Hz to 100-kHz range: 100 Hz.
The spectra of two microseismic events peak below 100 Hz whereas the spectra of the perforations peak between 100 and 300 Hz (probably limited by roll-off filter) and very little energy is present below 40 Hz.
Its extensive feature set boosts state-of-the-art digital control technology and can deliver up to 300 VAC at output frequencies ranging from 30 Hz to 100 Hz.
For our first experiment, we decided on a straightforward comparison of three flicker frequencies: 0 Hz (DC), 100 Hz and 500 Hz, all with a square wave, 100 percent modulation, and a 50 percent duty cycle (Figure 1).
Dialog's patented Flickerless design achieves a near-zero 100 Hz to 120 Hz output ripple, and the built-in over-temperature protection (OTP) and derating enables lighting designers to deliver a predictable, reliable bulb operating life.