Definition of Detuning

1. Verb. (present participle of detune) ¹



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Definition of Detuning

1. detune [v] - See also: detune

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Literary usage of Detuning

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1. Technical Digest edited by G. W. Day, D. L. Franzen, P. A. Williams (1999)
"Principle of Active MHS To solve this difficulty, we propose active MHS based on closed-loop control to nullify the detuning. The most important item in ..."

2. Precision Spectroscopy, Diode Lasers, and Optical Frequency Measuredited by Leo Hollberg edited by Leo Hollberg (2000)
"The signal is then calculated as a function of the probe laser detuning ... Thus, for a fixed trap detuning, the actual detuning of the trapping laser ..."

3. Bose-Einstein Condensation: An Introduction edited by Keith Burnett, Mark Edwards, Charles W. Clark (1996)
"The detuning is assumed to be large enough compared to the natural atomic linewidth yA and the density N moderate enough that binary events are sufficiently ..."

4. Utilisation and Reliability of High Power Proton Accelerators: Workshop by NEA Nuclear Science Committee (2003)
"Slow fluctuation was due to the Lorentz force detuning. ... which corresponds to the detuning of about -190 Hz. The experimental result for the Lorentz ..."

5. Elements of Radiotelegraphy by Ellery W. Stone (1919)
"The amount of decrease of current for a given detuning from the resonant condition will thus serve as a measurement of decrement. As a matter of fact, ..."

6. Principles of Wireless Telegraphy by George Washington Pierce (1910)
"I shall therefore defer a consideration of this question until after a discussion of the resonant relations at the receiving station. The detuning of ..."

7. Proceedings of the IRE. by Institute of Radio Engineers (1915)
"From the resonance curve obtained by detuning the latter circuit, ... Proceeding on the assumption that the detuning of the circuits is not large, ..."

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