# Triangular Pulse

Define a triangular time pulse.

- Time axis unit
- Specify the unit to be used for the time axis.
- Total signal duration ( ${s}_{\text{d}}$ )
- The total length of the signal in the specified units.
- Amplitude ( ${u}_{0}$ )
- The amplitude of the time signal.
- Pulse delay ( ${t}_{0}$ )
- The pulse delay is the time until the peak of the time signal envelope.
- Pulse width ( ${p}_{w}$ )
- This is the half-amplitude pulse width of the signal. The pulse width is the total length of time that the signal is above 50% of its peak value ( ${u}_{0}$ ).
- Rise time ( ${\tau}_{1}$ )
- The time required for the pulse to reach its peak value ( ${u}_{0}$ ) from rest.
- Fall time ( ${\tau}_{2}$ )
- The time required for the pulse to reach the rest value from its peak (
${u}_{0}$
). Note: The discharge time will be determined by the pulse width ( ${p}_{w}$ ).
- Number of samples
- The number of samples taken from the signal’s analytical equation.

The Fourier transform is as follows: