triangular pulse

triangular pulse

[trī′aŋ·gyə·lər ′pəls]
(electronics)
An electrical pulse in which the voltage rises linearly to some value, and immediately falls linearly to the original value.
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The extrapolated base width was 48 ns and the main motion of the waveform can be represented by a symmetrical triangular pulse of 48-ns duration.
Although closed forms for rectangular and triangular pulses have been computed in many books on Signals andSystems, however, we used a different approach here in obtaining the closed form expressions of these two pulses.
The electrical record shows two roughly triangular pulses occurring about 2 milliseconds apart.
For example, the EI-signal considered in [2] is generated as a train of triangular pulses with use of re-circulating cable loop.