Hi tickbite666 -
Generally rotating is a different function than pulsing.
Rotating is commonly implemented to reduce opportunities for building resistance to something. Rotating is basically switching from one component to another, with constant "coverage".
Pulsing is done to draw the Borrelia out of hiding places (tissues, cysts) so that the spirochete can be targeted. Pulsing is literally a period of time with coverage (hitting the spirochete, which it senses so the spirochete goes into hiding), then a period of time without coverage (that tricks it into coming out of hiding for reproduction, etc), and then it's hit again during coverage.
Just wanted to clarify.
Post Edited (Pirouette) : 6/7/2016 1:00:10 PM (GMT-6)