|Performer:||The High Impedance|
|Title:||Reverse Recovery Time / Justine|
|Style:||Shoegaze, Noise, Experimental|
|Other format:||MP1 XM AIFF MPC AUD FLAC DXD|
|A1||Reverse Recovery Time|
A1 Reverse Recovery Time A2 Phased Array B1 Justine. Bass – Cat Hope (tracks: B1) Guitar – Steve Matzkov (tracks: A1, A2). Notes. All sleeves hand made and numbered. Related Music albums to Reverse Recovery Time, Justine by The High Impedance.
Reverse Recovery Time. Bass – Cat Hope (tracks: B1). Guitar – Steve Matzkov (tracks: A1, A2).
Cat Hope is a solo noise artist with a difference: she uses a bass guitar. Based in Perth, where she performs regularly in her noise outfit Lux Mammoth and band Gata Negra, Cat also composes on commission for contemporary dance, theatre and film. Her works have been toured extensivley, and the inclusion of one of her compositions on the Susan Lawly "Extreme Music From Women" compilation early in 2000 led her to develop her solo bass noise performances and subsequently tour the USA, UK and Australia. Cat has also performed as a noise artist with Ikue Mori, Stellarc, Jon Rose and Tony.
All materials are provided for educational. from Dynamic Range Enhancer - The High Impedance by Steve Matzkov. from Dynamic Range Enhancer - The High Impedance, released April 4, 2002. Absent Notes - The High Impedance. Dynamic Range Enhancer - The High Impedance. Apartment 206 - The High Impedance.
The reverse recovery current is highly affected by temperature and has high di/dt. The time it takes for this charge to disappear is dividen in two parts. Time interval tA is defined as the time between the zero crossing of the current and the peak reverse current. Time interval tB is defined as the time between the peak of the reverse current and the time where the current falls to zero (or a pre-defined low level).
Glossary Term: Reverse Recovery Time. When switching from the conducting to the blocking state, a diode or rectifier has stored charge that must first be discharged before the diode blocks reverse current. This discharge takes a finite amount of time known as the Reverse Recovery Time, or trr. During this time, diode current may flow in the reverse direction. trr. Find a term alphabetically:.
During this reverse recovery time of the diode, one can see that there will be fairly large amount of current flowing through the diode, but in the opposite direction (Irr in Figure 1). However its magnitude reduces and gets saturated to a value of reverse saturation current, once the time-line crosses reverse recovery time (trr) of the diode . Greater is the reverse recovery time; slower will be the diode and vice-versa. Thus the diodes with lesser reverse recovery time are preferred, especially when the requirement is of high switching speed. Thread starter M. next. Start date May 25, 2012. Well, I can speak for reverse recovery time, only in the context I have seen it. It is the amount of time it takes for current to stop flowing, once the diode becomes reverse biased in the circuit. Join Physics Forums Today! The friendliest, high quality science and math community on the planet! Everyone who loves science is here! Top.