In electronics, when describing a voltage or current step function, rise time is the time taken by a signal to change from a specified low value to a specified high value. These values may be expressed as ratios or, equivalently, as percentages with respect to a given reference value. In analog or digital electronics, these percentages are commonly the 10% and 90% (or equivalently 0.1 and 0.9) of the output step height: however, other values are commonly used. For applications in control theory, according to , p. 158), rise time is defined as "the time required for the response to rise from x% to y% of its final value", with 0% to 100% rise time common for underdamped second order systems, 5% to 95% for critically damped and 10% to 90% for overdamped ones. According to , p. 22), the term "

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  • In electronics, when describing a voltage or current step function, rise time is the time taken by a signal to change from a specified low value to a specified high value. These values may be expressed as ratios or, equivalently, as percentages with respect to a given reference value. In analog or digital electronics, these percentages are commonly the 10% and 90% (or equivalently 0.1 and 0.9) of the output step height: however, other values are commonly used. For applications in control theory, according to , p. 158), rise time is defined as "the time required for the response to rise from x% to y% of its final value", with 0% to 100% rise time common for underdamped second order systems, 5% to 95% for critically damped and 10% to 90% for overdamped ones. According to , p. 22), the term "rise time" applies to either positive or negative step response, even if a displayed negative excursion is popularly termed fall time. (en)
  • Unter Anstiegszeit und Abfallzeit (engl. rise time und fall time) versteht man in der Digitaltechnik und der Messtechnik die Zeit, die ein Pegelwechsel eines (idealerweise) rechteckförmigen Signals real benötigt, um seinen Signalpegel zwischen zwei definierten Zwischenwerten (üblich sind 10 % und 90 %) zu ändern. Die Zeiten werden durch die endliche Grenzfrequenz der beteiligten Schaltelemente und Übertragungswege verursacht. (de)
  • Il tempo di salita, noto anche come rise time, nell'ambito del controllo ottimo, e più in generale dei controlli automatici e dei sistemi dinamici, è un indice della velocità di risposta del controllo. Come tempo di salita si intende il tempo necessario al sistema per variare dal 10% al 90% del valore di regime dello stesso; l'uscita deve raggiungere tale valore senza compiere oscillazioni. In termini matematici si ha: , dove (definito il sistema come sys): (it)
  • Czas narastania – czas, w ciągu którego sygnał wyjściowy układu osiąga (najczęściej) od 10% do 90% wartości tego sygnału w stanie ustalonym. Jest miarą jakości dynamicznej odpowiedzi skokowej otwartego lub zamkniętego układu automatyki. (pl)
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  • Unter Anstiegszeit und Abfallzeit (engl. rise time und fall time) versteht man in der Digitaltechnik und der Messtechnik die Zeit, die ein Pegelwechsel eines (idealerweise) rechteckförmigen Signals real benötigt, um seinen Signalpegel zwischen zwei definierten Zwischenwerten (üblich sind 10 % und 90 %) zu ändern. Die Zeiten werden durch die endliche Grenzfrequenz der beteiligten Schaltelemente und Übertragungswege verursacht. (de)
  • Il tempo di salita, noto anche come rise time, nell'ambito del controllo ottimo, e più in generale dei controlli automatici e dei sistemi dinamici, è un indice della velocità di risposta del controllo. Come tempo di salita si intende il tempo necessario al sistema per variare dal 10% al 90% del valore di regime dello stesso; l'uscita deve raggiungere tale valore senza compiere oscillazioni. In termini matematici si ha: , dove (definito il sistema come sys): (it)
  • Czas narastania – czas, w ciągu którego sygnał wyjściowy układu osiąga (najczęściej) od 10% do 90% wartości tego sygnału w stanie ustalonym. Jest miarą jakości dynamicznej odpowiedzi skokowej otwartego lub zamkniętego układu automatyki. (pl)
  • In electronics, when describing a voltage or current step function, rise time is the time taken by a signal to change from a specified low value to a specified high value. These values may be expressed as ratios or, equivalently, as percentages with respect to a given reference value. In analog or digital electronics, these percentages are commonly the 10% and 90% (or equivalently 0.1 and 0.9) of the output step height: however, other values are commonly used. For applications in control theory, according to , p. 158), rise time is defined as "the time required for the response to rise from x% to y% of its final value", with 0% to 100% rise time common for underdamped second order systems, 5% to 95% for critically damped and 10% to 90% for overdamped ones. According to , p. 22), the term " (en)
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