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What does it mean finite on-resistance etc..

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What does it mean?

What does it mean of finite on-resistance, non-zero transition time and non-zero knee voltage.

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What does it mean?

finite on-resistance probably means for example for a switch the resistance of on-mode is not zero.

non-zero transition time means that the input go to output with a delay or the change of output from a voltage to other voltage take a time.
 

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Hi,
non-zero transition time= rise/full time of pluses need some (no rezo) time-units_nsecs or picosec...
non-zero knee voltage= the cnicking of voltage characteristic is not at zero V, but at i.e. 0.3V as Ge/Schottky or 0.7V as by generell diodes...
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Re: What does it mean?

Thank you very much for your explanation.
 

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You are welcom!
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If you think, press pls on hepled...
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