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Exercise :: Time Response of Reactive Circuits - General Questions

1.

What voltage will the capacitor charge up to in the given circuit for the single input pulse shown?

 A. 3.15 V B. 4.3 V C. 4.75 V D. 4.9 V

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2.

If a periodic pulse waveform is applied to an RC differentiating circuit, which two conditions are possible?

 A. tw 5 or tw > 5 B. tw = 5 or tw > 5 C. tw 5 or tw < 5 D. tw 5 or tw < 5

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3.

An RL integrator and an RC differentiator can act as what types of filters, respectively?

 A. low-pass, low-pass B. low-pass, high-pass C. high-pass, high-pass D. high-pass, low-pass

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4.

In a repetitive-pulse RC integrator circuit, what would the steady-state voltage equal at the end of the fifth pulse? Assume a Vin of 20 V.

 A. 1.46 V B. 14.62 V C. 20 V D. 0 V

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5.

What is a circuit that produces short-duration spikes?

 A. A trigger pulse generator B. An RL integrator C. A timing circuit D. A pulse waveform-to-dc converter