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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In this section, the effect of the injected current, the FWHM of homogeneous broadening, and phonon bottleneck on the rise time, fall time, and the bit rate will be treated.
child pedestrian casualties after the fall time change.
Its rise and fall times are over twice as fast as any off-the-shelf high-speed pin driver available today, and its differential capability is unique in the realm of ATE pin drivers.
If the DCR is too high, the oscilloscope will not measure the fall time automatically.
0 mW; typical rise and fall time is 5 ns; maximum [V.
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With an 875-nm peak wavelength, the Avago HSDL-4260 provides typical 200-mW/sr on-axis intensity at 100 mA, a 15-degree viewing angle, and 15-ns optical rise and fall time.
The event is now scheduled to return to its customary Fall time frame and will take place September 11-13, 2006 at the Marriott Santa Clara.
This technical presentation will explore the issue of MOSFET losses, providing the full symbolic equations governing the voltage and current rise and fall time in terms of the ESR resistance Rg and other MOSFET parameters.
North American refiners continue to postpone maintenance work, originally scheduled for the traditional Fall time period, to the first quarter of 2005, and in some cases turnarounds are being pushed further out to take advantage of market conditions.
20 kHz transient test speeds with programmable rise, dwell, and fall times.