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Generating of short pulses with high amplitudes by using of standard Current-Feedback-Amplifier

@inproceedings{Zantis2013GeneratingOS,
  title={Generating of short pulses with high amplitudes by using of standard Current-Feedback-Amplifier},
  author={Franz Peter Zantis},
  year={2013}
}
The traditional method to generate pulses in the range of some nanoseconds with high amplitudes, is the using of the avalanche-effect of transistors. However the problem with this method is the poor possibility for parameterizing. That was the trigger to look for a different way: under using of modern electronic components, a pulse generator, which is parameterizable, was developed. The parameters can be set by using a Windows- or Linux-PC. The pulse width can be adjusted in the range of 3… 

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