Document Type thesis Author Name Kayabasi, Cezmi URN etd-050505-140358 Title Settling Time Measurement Techniques Achieving High Precision at High Speeds Degree MS Department Electrical & Computer Engineering Advisors John A. McNeill, Advisor Donald R. Brown, Committee Member Stephen J. Bitar, Committee Member Keywords high speed high precision settling method measurement settling time guide theory definition comparison Date of Presentation/Defense 2005-04-27 Availability unrestricted
Settling time is very important for data acquisition systems because it is the primary factor that defines the data rate for a given error level. Therefore settling time measurement is a crucial test. The goal of the project was to design, test and compare different measurement techniques. Three methods were tested to the accuracies of 0.1% and 0.01%. Also simulations were conducted to explain the parameters that affect the settling behavior. Additionally bench measurements were correlated to simulation results. This report is intended as a guide for settling time measurements.
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