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to pulse

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pochen

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pochen
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quenching pulse - AbschaltimpulsLast post 15 Mar 05, 19:05
Although I am not a specialist in electrical/electronic matters, this entry seems strange, p…2 Replies
pochen fürLast post 13 Dec 13, 13:44
Is the preposition für commonly used with the verb pochen? If it is, does it mean the same a…10 Replies
pulse/impulseLast post 21 May 02, 17:38
"Impuls" kann ja "pulse" oder "impulse" sein. Was ist die Unterschied? Zur Zeit brauch ich e…5 Replies
minutes pulse - MinutentaktLast post 21 Mar 07, 10:22
Ergänzend zu dem "minute cylce" welcher schon im LEO ist, wird auch minutes pulse oft verwen…1 Replies
to pulse - pulsenLast post 14 Oct 09, 13:37
Z. B. "das Blut pulst in den Schläfen" wie hier zu lesen: http://www.duden.de/suche/index.ph…1 Replies
rectangular pulse - RechteckimpulsLast post 26 May 08, 17:43
in "Englisch für Elektrotechniker und Elektroniker", Brandstetter Vlg.4 Replies
full write pulse\t\t \t - voller SchreibimpulsLast post 03 Feb 17, 16:53
The control unit clock line is active at all times, setting the pulse/pace of the fetch/exec…0 Replies
pulse response - die ImpulsantwortLast post 30 May 09, 13:56
Ist so wohl gebräuchlicher.4 Replies
pochenLast post 04 Feb 07, 20:22
"...die fünften pochen auf eine Belebung des Wettbewerbs." "thump" and "knock" do not seem …2 Replies
Pulsstatus - pulse statusLast post 30 Jul 16, 01:55
Definition: Der Puls ist eine Druckwelle, die man an den Schlagadern tasten kann. Die Schlag…3 Replies
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