fall time


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fall time

[′fȯl ‚tīm]
(electricity)
Measure of time required for a circuit to change its output from a high level to a low level.
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Typical turn-on and turn-off propagation delay is 50 ns and typical turn-on rise time and turn-off fall time down to 10 ns (IR44273L, IR44272L).
This outfit may seem a bit dark for summer style, but fall time is right around the corner and a classic dress never fails to impress.
Then in the fall time (it) became a very severe pandemic, one of the most severe infectious disease episodes ever recorded.
This fast rise and fall time ensures plenty of operational margin.
So, our current target is to get something out in the fall time frame.
The diode's low 25 pF capacitance and small series resistance delivers a rise and fall time of 20 ns.
Combine this with the fact that after the fall time change, child pedestrians are at even greater risk and parents have good reason to be concerned.
The pulse turn-on and turn-off is accomplished quite smoothly with the rise and fall time of each pulse taking eight line cycles or approximately 0.
Circuits with high clock rates must have fast rise and fall time signals to prevent timing violations but fast rise and fall time signals aren't always clocked at high rates.
The rise and fall time of current pulses varies with the winding inductance.
Frampton continued, "We anticipate beginning to approach sales that are nearly double 2010's monthly sales during the fall time frame, and expect growth to continue to accelerate moderately during the summer months.
Measurements of signal quality are Amplitude, Rise Time, Fall Time, and Jitter (Random and Deterministic).