I have started reading the theory behind the working of Geiger Muller tube.
I dont understand the concept of pulse!
According to wikipedia:
The ionization is considerably amplified within the tube by the Townsend discharge effect to produce an easily measured detection pulse, which is fed to the processing and display electronics
According to a paper by "cpp.edu":
The electrons that were knocked out of the atom are attracted to the positive electrode, and the positively charged ions are attracted to the negative electrode. This produces a pulse of current in the wires connecting the electrodes, and this pulse is counted.
You can say that an Electro Magnetic Pulse is a short burst of Electro magnetic energy.
In similar terms,if possible,What is this pulse of current?
Paper by "cpp.edu":