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Unformatted text preview: The current is separated into the ZeroState and ZeroInput Responses. Fig. 173’: The source voltage V s (t) that drives the circuit. Lecture 17 figures 3 Fig. 174: An RL network driven by a source that produces a rectangular voltage pulse. Fig. 174c: The solution for the current i(t), valid for all t . Fig. 175: The voltage across the resistor resulting from a rectangular voltage pulse applied by the source. Find the two times at which V R = V s /2. Fig. 176: The voltage across the inductor resulting from a rectangular voltage pulse applied by the source. Lecture 17 figures 4 Fig. 177: The source voltage cycles between V s and 0. The period is 200 µ s, and the duty cycle is 50%. Fig. 177b: The voltage v R (t) waveform. After a few time constants, v R (t) repeats itself....
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 Spring '08
 Xangi
 Alternating Current, Resistor, Fig., RL circuit, Series and parallel circuits

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