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Chapter 10 Sample Problem 6 The circuit shown on this diagram is fed with the input signal, which is a low- frequency square wave. Which of the output waveforms is observed? A. Waveform A B. Waveform B C. Waveform C D. Waveform D E. None of the above. Sample Solution In the given circuit, the same current flows through all elements; also, the inductor current must be a continuous function of time (even though the input voltage changes abruptly at the end of each half- period), thus the output voltage must be a continuous function of time, which excludes waveforms C and D. Note that each output waveform has a flat part before the end of each half-period (that is before the input voltage abruptly changes): it means that DC steady state is
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This note was uploaded on 12/06/2010 for the course EECS 314 taught by Professor Ganago during the Spring '07 term at University of Michigan.

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