My intergator RC time is 100us

The voltage will RISE to 5 volts in the time of 100us?

Slope = time/voltage

100us/5volts = slope time of a intergator?

Linear intergation measurements is measuring the rise time and fall time

Exponential intergation measurements look like a shark's fen or it will tilt the "top" of the squarewaveform, the top either leading or lagging slanting

Slope = time/voltage

Symmetry

1.) the rise time and fall time ratio

Duty cycle is ON time / period X 100%

Symmetry formula is Rise time/ rise time + fall time X 100%

example of Symmetry :

1.) function generator set to a squarewaveform

2.) Intergator RC time is 100milliSec.

3.) Output would be a triangle waveform

4.) Symmetry rise time is 20mS and fall time is 80mS = 100mS

I haven't found a intergator circuit that has a variable rise time and fall time symmetry adjustment parameter, but its the RATIO of the rise time and fall time

A intergator that has a seperate rise time value and a seperate fall time value

I think the correct formula is this one , but i'm not to sure

Symmetry formula is Rise time/ rise time + fall time X 100%

Another Main point about intergators is the Charge and Discharge time

Rise time and fall time are "linear"

Charge time and discharge time is Exponential

Exponential is not a slope it more like a curve for the rise and a scoop or skirt for the fall, i guess thats what you call them, do you guys know the names ?

The rise of a charge time looks ilke a sharks Fen and the Discharge time looks like a skirt or scoop

Rise time , fall time = linear slope

Slope = time/voltage

Charge time , discharge time= exponential curve

Curve = time/voltage