Slow rising edge in timing diagram with tikztimingtable

I want to draw a slow rising edge with the tikztimingtable to show metastable behavior of a Flip-Flop.

I tried using [timing/slope=1.0] but the width of the rising edge width was too narrow.

\begin{tikztimingtable} C1                      & 3L l  5{5C} H                 \\ C2                      & 4L    5{5C} h                 \\ A                       & 2L [timing/slope=1.0] 24H h   \\ B1                      & 3L l m MMMMM 4L l 16H         \\ B2                      & 4L     MMMMM 20H h            \\ \end{tikztimingtable} 

Slow rising edge in timing diagram with tikztimingtable

Following is what brings me closest to what I want.

The problem is I can't get rid of that little spike in Signal A.

\begin{tikztimingtable} C1                      & 3L l  5{5C} H                  \\ C2                      & 4L    5{5C} h                  \\ A                       & 2L !{-- +(3,1)--++(3,0)} 24H h \\ B1                      & 3L l m MMMMM 4L l 16H          \\ B2                      & 4L     MMMMM 20H h             \\ \end{tikztimingtable} 

Slow rising edge in timing diagram with tikztimingtable

When I leave the y-value of the second point for the line on 1, like this !{-- +(3,1)--++(3,1)}, the following High-levels are set a line height above. (Can't post a picture of it since I am only allowed to post 2 links...)

  • Is it possible to set the reference point at the right position, so that I can continue using H, L, M, etc.?
  • Another solution could be drawing the whole timing for Signal A. Is that the best way?

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