Electronics-I Lecture 11

Electronics-I Lecture 11 - LimiterCircuits...

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Lecture 12 Electronics I 1 Limiter Circuits Limiter circuits limit the output voltage to a  specified threshold (limit value) Double limiter circuits limit the positive and  negative peaks of an input voltage Also referred to as clippers 
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Lecture 12 Electronics I 2 Limiter Circuits
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Lecture 12 Electronics I 3 Clamped Capacitor or DC restorer Capacitor initially  charged to -6 V V o  = V c  + V i Output voltage varies  between 0 and 10 V Output waveform has  its lowest peak  clamped to 0 V
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Lecture 12 Electronics I 4 Voltage Doubler In positive half of  input signal C 1  charges to V p In negative half of  input signal C 2  charges to 2V p
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Lecture 12 Electronics I 5 Basic Semiconductor Concepts Copper is a good conductor Nucleus contain 29 protons Outermost shell has 1 electron In electronics all that matters is the  outer most orbit
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This note was uploaded on 12/12/2010 for the course EE 1 taught by Professor Shahidanwar during the Spring '10 term at NUCES.

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