Rise and fall times of 5 to 10 microseconds
, depending upon model
Making the plutonium bomb-building process especially difficult is the problem that Rhodes cites as the most difficult task in the Manhattan Project from the scientists' perspective: taking a hollow sphere of plutonium, crushing its 30 pounds into a softball sized compacted sphere, and releasing a stream of neutrons within it on a timetable of a few microseconds
By comparison, InfiniBand adapter cards accomplish the same handoff in about 3 microseconds
He was able to reduce duration to 50 microseconds
without inducing a misfire.
Handles up to 100-amp peak pulse current for 2/10 microseconds
duration pulses to meet Bellcore GR 1089 ratings
Some scientists claim to have already created elements 116 and 118, though neither existed for more than a few microseconds
Orders Now Execute in Less Than 400 Microseconds
on Average; Visible via Multicast Pitch in 630 Microseconds
They will get a roundtrip latency of 150 microseconds
compared to the existing 2550 microseconds
it takes for clients who are in Sandton.
Influenced by that radiation pattern, the rubidium atoms behaved "like a stack of mirrors" that bounced the pulse back and forth for tens of microseconds
, notes Marlan O.
6 microns with a response time of 50 microseconds
When combined with the QNX real-time operating system and automatic C-code generators, such as Real-Time Workshop for Simulink and AutoCode for SystemBuild, the RT-LAB Electric Drive Simulator can achieve cycle rates below 50 microseconds
, providing engineers with a platform that dramatically reduces design time and costs, particularly where traditional Design/Build/Test cycles represent a significant part of the design process.
The following benchmark results represent the tested worst-case response in microseconds
, to a real-time interrupt.