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EE 310 Lecture 6 Clipping or Limiting Circuits Limiting circuits protect against overvoltage and can be used in signal processing Lecture 6 Page 1
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EE 310 Lecture 6 Diode Clipping Circuits Determine condition that causes D 1 to conduct: 1. Diode ON Diode OFF Sketch two circuit models: 2. Analyze. Sketch v O waveform. 3. Lecture 6 Page 2
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EE 310 Lecture 6 Parallel Diode-Based Clippers Determine what causes each of these two diodes to conduct:
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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 6 Page 3 EE 310 Lecture 6 Example Lecture 6 Page 4 EE 310 Lecture 6 Zener Diode Clipper This circuit eliminates the need for batteries: Can you think of a way to do this with only two diodes? Lecture 6 Page 5 EE 310 Lecture 6 Diode Clamping Circuits Clamping circuits are used to shift the DC level of a waveform. Determine v O (t) after C is fully charged: Lecture 6 Page 6...
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Lecture_6 - Lecture 6 Page 3 EE 310 Lecture 6 Example...

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