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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* Adjustable slew rate of the PSU-HV Series allows users to set either output voltage or output current with a specific rise time for low to high level transition, and a specific fall time for high to low level transition
Then, the finite fall time and distance equations were derived in terms of some assumptions by using the results reported by Guo [13].
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The experimental measurements of dielectric permittivity, dielectric anisotropy, conductivity, rise time, and fall time of LC polymer composite have also been reported.
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Then, in the result section, we study the effect of the FWHM of homogeneous broadening and the injected current on the rise and fall time, hence on the bit rate.
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This fast rise and fall time ensures plenty of operational margin.