Inactive-Reserved Standard

IEEE 181-2011

IEEE Standard for Transitions, Pulses, and Related Waveforms

Approximately 100 terms and their definitions, for accurately and precisely describing the waveforms of pulse signals and the process of measuring pulse signals, are presented in this standard. Algorithms are provided for computing the values of defined terms that describe measurable parameters of the waveform, such as transition duration, state level, pulse amplitude, and waveform aberrations. These analysis algorithms are applicable to two-state waveforms having one or two transitions connecting these states. Compound waveform analysis is accomplished by decomposing the compound waveform into its constituent two-state single-transition waveforms.

Sponsor Committee
IM/WM&A - TC10 - Waveform Generation Measurement and Analysis
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Status
Inactive-Reserved Standard
PAR Approval
2008-05-19
Superseding
181-2003
Board Approval
2011-05-16
History
Published:
2011-09-06
Inactivated Date:
2022-03-24

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society
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Sponsor Committee
IM/WM&A - TC10 - Waveform Generation Measurement and Analysis
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Working Group
SCOPT - Transitions, Pulses, and Related Waveforms Working Group
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IEEE Program Manager
Vanessa Lalitte
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Working Group Chair
N Paulter

P181

Standard for Transitions, Pulses, and Related Waveforms

This standard defines terms pertaining to transitions, pulses, and related waveforms and defines procedures for estimating their parameters.

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181-2003

IEEE Standard on Transitions, Pulses, and Related Waveforms

This standard presents approximately 100 terms, and their definitions, for accurately and precisely describing the waveforms of pulse signals and the process of measuring pulse signals. Algorithms are provided for computing the values of defined terms that describe measurable parameters of the waveform, such as transition duration, state level, pulse amplitude, and waveform aberrations. These analysis algorithms are applicable to two-state waveforms having one or two transitions connecting these states. Compound waveform analysis is accomplished by decomposing the compound waveform into its constituent two-state single-transition waveforms.

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