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    Welcome to the new CMS. Here's a quick guide of the different areas of this page.

    1. Section Navigation Widget. This widget allows you to go to different sections. The "plus icon" means that this section has sub-sections. Clicking on the "plus icon" will display the sub-sections.
    2. Category Navigation Widget. This widget will display all categories on CMS sections. The number next to the name displays the number of articles in that category.
    3. Admin-Defined Navbar Section Links. The admin is able to define which sections can display in the top navbar. Please look at the "Managing Sections Article."
    4. Articles. The content here is displayed in the "2x1" layout. "2x1" means 2 articles are displayed in the first row and all remaining content is displayed in a single column. In other sections you will see alternate content layouts like 1 column, 2 column, 3 column, 1x2 (first article spans 2 columns and all remaining articles displayed in 2 columns).
    5. Create New Article Button. If a user has permissions, the "Create New Article" button will display. For more information please look at the "Create New Article" article.
    6. Recent Article Comments Widget. This widget will display the latest article comments.
    7. Recent Blog Posts Widget. This widget displays the newest blog entries.
    8. Recent Forum Posts Widgets. This widget displays the most recent forum posts.

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    Philmore Rial

    Re: What is rise time?

    This might be a moot point. Essentially all the variables are decided at the point of materials selection. Engineers choose the materials based on their

    Philmore Rial 7 Hours Ago Go to last post
    Alan Blood

    Re: What is rise time?

    Plane just means not curved. It could easily be curved, same deal.

    In regards to second and third derivatives, I am not an expert. I hoping

    Alan Blood 9 Hours Ago Go to last post
    Dan Jenson

    Re: What is rise time?


    First, maybe a rule of departure point, you gotta mention the fundamental principle before you go off on derivatives. What is the principle

    Dan Jenson 11 Hours Ago Go to last post
    Alan Blood

    Re: What is rise time?

    Rise time steepness is the second derivative. The third derivative is it's acceleration or jerkiness or perhaps pointiness. I think it also relates to

    Alan Blood 1 Day Ago Go to last post
    Ionut Nebel

    Re: What is rise time?

    There is a gallium nitride monolithic half bridge chip that achieve this nanosecond, but is important to place driver close to output device, other ways

    Ionut Nebel 1 Day Ago Go to last post