Saw tooth harmonics

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Unformatted text preview: EECS
314
Winter
2010

 
 Homework
2

 Required
reading
for
Problem
2
 The
Saw‐Tooth
Waveform
and
Its
Harmonic
Components
 The
saw‐tooth
waveform
(also
called
the
ramp)
represents
the
voltage
V(t)
that
 linearly
increases
as
function
of
time
from
its
minimal
value
 Vmin 
to
its
maximal
 value
 Vmax ,
and
abruptly
drops
from
 Vmax 
to
 Vmin ,
as
shown
in
Figure
1.


 
 Figure
1.

 The
saw‐tooth
waveform:
voltage
as
function
of
time.
 
 The
difference
between
the
maximal
and
the
minimal
voltages
is
called
the...
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