Variations of the interconversion factor in pulse-position multistable elements
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It is advisable to use the first method for the frequencies of starting pulses one order lower than those of the clock pulses and the requirement of changing the interconversion factor of the entire conversion circuit.
If the frequency of the starting pulses is high and it is necessary to change the interconversion factor of each PPME, whose variation is in the range indicated for the second method, then it is advisable to use this method for the PPME shown in Fig. 1, and the fourth method for the PPME shown in Fig. 3.
If under the conditions of paragraph 2 of the conclusions a large variation range of the interconversion factor is required, then the fourth method should be used.
KeywordsPhysical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Variation Range Clock Pulse Fourth Method
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