pulse rise time

pulse rise time

[′pəls ′rīz ‚tīm]
(communications)
The interval of time required for the leading edge of a pulse to rise from 10% to 90% of the peak pulse amplitude.
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A general rule for measuring the pulse rise time of X nanoseconds is that the instrument's instantaneous bandwidth must be 3/X.
Therefore, how the magnetic coil structure influences the pulse rise time, fall time, magnetic and induced electric field amplitudes, etc.
The first integration is done from the beginning of the pulse rise time and the other integration is done over the tail part.
In the experimental series where pulse duration and pulse rise time were manipulated (see below), the pulses had a constant carrier frequency of 40 kHz.
To measure the importance of pulse duration and pulse rise time duration, we used sound pulses with a constant carrier frequency of 40 kHz, instead of the frequency modulated carrier described above.
Across a 70 dB dynamic range, a GSM transmitter must ramp up to full power in only 28 [[micro]second] while maintaining a well-controlled power profile, including limits for pulse rise time, fall time and overshoot characteristics.
Sensitivity to input slew rate, by varying the pulse rise time.
r] = Pulse rise time (in nsec) s/n = signal to noise ratio.
High insulation resistance, exceptional pulse rise time and low dissipation factors plus capacitance ratings to 10,000 pF are among the characteristics of the Series PGWA non-inductive, metallized polypropylene capacitors from Seacor, Inc.
Measurements on the TWT output pulse rise time indicate that the TWT lengthened the rise time by 10 to 20 ns.
Maximum pulse rise time distortion introduced by the TWTA was 19.
7) Short pulse rise times in components create the potential for unwanted capacitance when high transmission frequencies propagate through narrow conductor wiciths.