Pulse voltage is usually referred to as a pulse-like transient undulating electrical shock that is often used in electronic circuit. With respect to continuous voltage, the pulse voltage is a voltage that appears for a short period of time throughout the whole signal period, and there is no voltage for most of the period. In digital circuits, the pulse voltage is typically used to communicate the switching state of the control signal.
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