rise time

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rise time

1. the time required for a pulse or echo to rise from onset to its peak amplitude;
2. the time required for a pulse or echo to rise from 10-90% peak amplitude.

rise time

(rīz tīm)
The time it takes a gradient to switch on, achieve the required gradient slope, and switch off again in magnetic resonance imaging.
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However, Japan's JASO A1, B1, and D1 pulse specifications all call for a 1-[micro]s pulse risetime, and Mercedes Benz MBN 284 part 2 as well as SAE J1455 require 100-[micro]s risetime.
Duration Time between the first and the last overshot of the predefined threshold Risetime Time between the first overshoot of the defined threshold and the peak in the AE burst.
5V, 200ps risetime, <1% <1% 25 mm coupling, 2x aggressor lines, 100 [micro]m pitch) Routing (signals per column at 200 10.
7dB, a risetime threshold of 2 [micro]s, and a pre-amplification of 34dB (from 2.
Faster Risetime for TDR Measurements, Agilent Technologies, Application Note 5988-3424EN, 2001.
The J730 provides a digital logic output with risetime below 750 ps, and a fast analog (180 MHz bandwidth) output is also provided for monitoring link integrity.
TH1E-3: Optoelectronic Techniques for Improved High Speed Electrical Risetime
Bandwidths were "nominal" because the actual specification was minimum pulse risetime (with a 10% overshoot goal) of [less than] 0.
With 200 fs Random Jitter (RJ) and 8 ps risetime performance, the new Tektronix PPG4001 delivers the performance and signal quality critical for serial data testing at 40 Gb/s.
In Region II the acoustic events, characterized by low amplitude and medium risetime, were associated to hydrogen embrittlement mechanisms.
An application note is available which outlines detector risetime versus RF performance, and DC output voltage as a function of temperature from -60[degrees] to +100[degrees]C.