Oscillograms of voltage (curves 1) and current (curves 2) pulses: a--at microsecond
discharges; b--at nanosecond discharges
For the first and largest defect (Figure 5) one can notice a certain presence at around 26 microseconds
. For the second and smaller one (Figure 6), the detection signals are corrupted with false alarm echoes, and thus the consistency analysis is absolutely crucial in determining the presence and location of the defects.
With existing techniques, bringing restoration time down to within one microsecond
has required a lower power-supply impedance, which is impractical in real-world LSI applications because of greatly increased costs.
Today's Ethernet adapter cards have latency of about 30 microseconds
, which includes the latency of moving data from the application to the wire.
Fixnetix, which supplies high-speed market data and trading services, has filed a US patent for an integrated microchip, called iX-ecute, which it claims can deliver single-digit microsecond
Creating the mineral within a microsecond
shows that the pressure necessary to create it could be generated by the impact of objects just a few metres in diameter.
It's also a long way from the DARPA timekeeping goal of erring by less than 1 microsecond
The built-in A/D converter uses sequential conversion and can perform 2.36 microsecond
conversion with 10-bit resolution.
Third Wave AdvantEdge software employs proprietary material modeling techniques and adaptive finite elements to accurately capture the microsecond
changes of tool tip, chip, and workpiece material and animate chip formation in temperature referent color.
The loads, with a 500 nanosecond or 1 microsecond
rise time for any load step, are the first commercially available loads capable of testing voltage regulation on power supplies used with today's GHz processor computers and other instant-demand applications.