transient response


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transient response

[′tranch·ənt ri′späns]
(physics)
The behavior of a system following a sudden change in its input.
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The fast transient response enables it to meet automotive applications requiring AC input ripple rectification up to 100 kHz.
TCR15AG series deliver the industry's best-in-class ripple rejection ratio and load transient response.
Formulae for calculating the rise time of the transient response, the meter constant of integration at using RL-integrator and transducer sensitivity are of the form [2, 3]:
31] during the discharge transient response of the circuit, thus the current consumption in steady state is minimized.
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5A, 3A LDOs from On Semiconductor feature tight Accuracy, fast transient response and extensive protection.
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Benefiting from Micrel s proprietary HyperLight Load technology, the ICs provide ultra-fast transient response for today s most demanding applications including set-top boxes, core and I/O voltages for FPGAs, CPLDs, ASICs, GPS/navigation systems, PC cards, automotive instrumentation and general purpose point-of-load (POL) DC-to-DC conversions.
Transient response is influenced only by the inertia of the second mass.
Fast load transient response with suppressed output voltage fluctuations.
Micrel's unique Hyper Speed Control(tm) architecture significantly reduces the required output capacitance and allows for excellent transient response, while making high delta-V operation (VIN=28V, VOUT=0.
According to report, this switching loss reduction translates to a potential for improved energy efficiency, faster transient response and increased power density when compared to the leading designs currently on the market.

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