Definitions

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  • noun A pulse of electricity, as used especially in some branches of medicine.

Etymologies

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electro- +‎ pulse

Examples

  • The car-stopping electropulse blaster, even if it works, would seem to fall under the heading of a solution in search of a problem.

    The Register

  • Eureka, which has been working on electropulse blasters since it was founded in 2001, hasn't done terribly well thus far.

    The Register

  • An old friend familiar to every tech buff and sci-fi fan - namely, the circuitry-addling electropulse blaster - has moved a large step closer to reality, according to reports.

    Signs of the Times

  • And a .50 slug, unlike an electropulse blast, works on an engine without microprocessor controls - or one whose electronics modules have been wrapped in tinfoil, say.

    Signs of the Times

  • An old friend familiar to every tech buff and sci-fi fan - namely, the circuitry-addling electropulse blaster - has moved a large step closer to reality, according to reports.

    The Register

  • Eureka, which has been working on electropulse blasters since it was founded in 2001, hasn't done terribly well thus far.

    Signs of the Times

  • And a .50 slug, unlike an electropulse blast, works on an engine without microprocessor controls - or one whose electronics modules have been wrapped in tinfoil, say.

    The Register

  • Raytheon's gallium-nitride tech could help out here, potentially putting a multifunction pain-blaster / electropulse electronic weapon / perv scanner / mantracker radar device in the hands of US grunts on the ground.

    The Register

  • An electropulse weapon also means serious problems for communications, sensors and so on while working, meaning that on the whole it needs to be riding in something fairly autonomous, having little to do with the outside world.

    The Register

  • For around 40 years, the electropulse bomb - or possibly a high-powered microwave raygun - has been just a few years away.

    The Register

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