×

Close

Type:
**Note**Offline Downloads:
**447**Views:
**13321**Uploaded:
**11 months ago**

Touch here to read

Page-1

- Linear Waveshaping - ( 1 - 15 )
- Low pass Circuits - ( 16 - 30 )
- Switching Characteristics of Device - ( 31 - 34 )
- Transistor Switching Times - ( 35 - 38 )
- Multivibrators - ( 39 - 54 )
- Mono-stable Multivibrator - ( 55 - 59 )
- Astable Multivibrator - ( 60 - 63 )
- Voltage sweep Generator - ( 64 - 68 )
- UJT Sweep - ( 69 - 83 )
- Current Sweep Generators - ( 84 - 90 )
- Synchronization and Frequency Division - ( 91 - 103 )
- Sampling gates - ( 104 - 116 )
- Four diode gate - ( 117 - 123 )
- Logic Circuits - ( 124 - 134 )
- Non-Linear wave shaping-Clamping Circuit - ( 135 - 146 )
- Comparators - ( 147 - 149 )

Topic:

www.jntuworld.com
www.jwjobs.net
LINEAR WAVESHAPING
Introduction:
If a circuit is designed with components like R ,L and C then it is called linear circuit.
When sinusoidal signal is applied ,the shape of the signal is preserved at the output with
or without change in the amplitude and shape. But a non-sinusoidal signal alters the
output when it is transmitted through a linear circuit.
The process whereby the form of non-sinusoidal signals such as step, pulse,
square wave, ramp and exponential is altered by transmission through a linear network
is called linear wave shaping.
HIGHPASS RC CIRCUIT
om
Consider high pass RC circuit as shown in fig.1 below.
.c
Fig.1 Highpass RC circuit
Sm
ar
tz
w
or
ld
The capacitor offers high reactance at low frequency and low reactance at high
frequency. Hence low frequency components are not transmitted ,but high frequencies are with
less attenuation. Therefore the output is large and the circuit is called a high pass circuit.
Let us see now is, what will be the response if different types of inputs, such as,
sinusoidal ,step, pulse, square wave, exponential and ramp are applied to a highpass circuit., like?
(i) Sinusoidal input
First consider the response of a highpass RC circuit.
R
R + 1 / jωC
Vo = Vi
Vo
=
Vi
Let ω1 =
Vo
Vi
R
1
R +
ωC
2
2
=
R
1
R 1+
ωCR
2
1
=
1
1+
ωCR
1
CR
1
=
ω
1+ 1
ω
2
www.jntuworld.com
2

www.jntuworld.com
www.jwjobs.net
At ω = ω1
Vo
Vi
1
=
2
= 0.707
om
Hence, f 1 is the lower cut -off frequency of the highpass circuit.
Sm
ar
tz
w
or
ld
.c
fig.2 frequency response curve for sinusoidal input.
www.jntuworld.com

www.jntuworld.com
www.jwjobs.net
(ii) Step input
A Step voltage is defined as,
Vi = 0
for t < 0
Vi = V
and
for t ≥ 0
The output voltage is of the form
Vo = B1 + B2 e -t/τ
fig.3 Step Voltage
where τ = RC, the time constant of the circuit.
B1 is the steady state value as t → ∞ , and hence Vo → B1
Let the final value be which we denote as Vf.
Then V f = B1
om
B2 is determined by the initial output voltage.
At t = 0, Vi = Vo = B1 +B2
Therefore, B2 = Vi – B1
.c
= Vi – V f
or
ld
Hence the general solution is
Vo = V f + ( Vi - V f ) e -t/τ
− t1
0.9 = e
τ
t1
e
τ
−t
τ
, At t = t1,
Vo (t1) = 90% of V = 0.9V
Sm
ar
Vo (t) = Ve
tz
w
Fall time tf: When a step is applied, the time taken for the output voltage to fall from 90%of its
initial value to 10% of its initial value is the fall time. It indicates how fast the output reaches its
steady state value.
The output voltage at any instant of time, in highpass circuit, is given by
= 1/0.9 = 1.11
t1 / τ = ln(1.11)
t1 = τ ln (1.11) = 0.1 τ
At t = t2,
Vo (t) = 10% of V = 0.1V
−t2
0.1 = e
τ
t2
e
τ
= 1/ 0.1 =10
t2 = τ ln (10) = 2.3 τ
∴fall time, tf = t2- t1 = 2.3τ - 0.1τ = 2.2 τ
The lower half power frequency of the highpass circuit is
1
2πRC
1
τ = RC =
2πf 1
f 1=
www.jntuworld.com

www.jntuworld.com
www.jwjobs.net
Fall time = tf = 2.2 τ =
2 .2
0.35
=
2πf 1
f1
Sm
ar
tz
w
or
ld
.c
om
Hence, the fall time is inversely proportional to f1, the lower cut-off frequency.
www.jntuworld.com

## Leave your Comments