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Elmore's definition of risetime

Elmore's definition of risetime

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Elmore's definition of risetime as the square root of the second central moment of the impulse response of a network is well known. An alternative expression for Elmore's risetime has been derived, which indicates that this risetime may be determined completely from the behaviour of the network magnitude function near a zero frequency.

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