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  • Such measurements are typically counts per unit time received by the detector, such as counts per minute or counts per second.
  • The time, by inventing an electronic counter capable of operating at 1 million counts per second _ at least 100 times faster than anything achieved
  • With the time-to-first-count method, effective count rates of 10 5 counts per second are achievable, two orders of magnitude larger than the normal effective limit.
  • Combined with improved or adapted signal processing, it is possible to maintain the Silicon drift detector's energy resolution up to 100, 000 counts per second.
  • This causes a slightly longer response time, which leads to a slightly lower throughput ( 750, 000 counts per second instead of 1, 000, 000 ).
  • Sometimes the instrumentation would report the expected cosmic ray count ( approximately 30 counts per second ) but sometimes it would show a peculiar zero counts per second.
  • Sometimes the instrumentation would report the expected cosmic ray count ( approximately thirty counts per second ) but sometimes it would show a peculiar zero counts per second.
  • Sometimes the instrumentation would report the expected cosmic ray count ( approximately 30 counts per second ) but sometimes it would show a peculiar zero counts per second.
  • Sometimes the instrumentation would report the expected cosmic ray count ( approximately thirty counts per second ) but sometimes it would show a peculiar zero counts per second.
  • Due to uncertainty in the count rate introduced by the simplistic implementation of external quenching, the count rate of a geiger tube becomes extremely unreliable above approximately 10 3 counts per second.
  • This contact raised the radiation readings on both the probes Konus experiments from a normal 100 counts per second to over 200, 000 counts a second, in only a fraction of a millisecond.
  • This causes a loss of counts at sufficiently high count rates and limits the G M tube to an effective ( accurate ) count rate of approximately 10 3 counts per second even with external quenching.
  • The University of Iowa ( under James Van Allen ) noted that all of the zero counts per second reports were from an altitude of more than over South America, while passes at would show the expected level of cosmic rays.
  • The measurement of ionizing radiation is sometimes expressed as being a " rate " of counts per unit time as registered by a radiation monitoring instrument, for which "'counts per minute "'( cpm ) and "'counts per second "'( cps ) are commonly used quantities.
  • The University of Iowa ( under Van Allen ) noted that all of the zero counts per second reports were from an altitude of 2, 000 + km ( 1, 250 + miles ) over South America, while passes at would show the expected level of cosmic rays.
  • "' Counts per second ( abbreviated to cps ) "'is used for measurements when higher count rates are being encountered, or if hand held radiation survey instruments are being used which can be subject to rapid changes of count rate when the instrument is moved over a source of radiation in a survey area.