Discussion :: Signals and Switches - General Questions (Q.No.2)
What is the frequency of a clock waveform if the period of that waveform is
Answer: Option C
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|Veeresh said: (Dec 24, 2010)|
|Jitu said: (Sep 26, 2011)|
|f=1/T so that 1/1.25micro sec = 0.8Mhz|
|Vivek said: (Aug 23, 2012)|
|By the formula of frequency we can find the frequency of clock
Time period(t)is given of that waveform is=1.25microseconds
Where T is the time taken by the clock waveform.
|Sagar said: (Dec 14, 2013)|
|1.25us = 125x10^-8 sec.
Thus, 1/T = f.
Hence, f = 1/125x10^-8 sec.
f = 800kHz = 0.8MHz.
|Ananya said: (Aug 4, 2014)|
|Just 1/1.25 * 10^-6 = 10^6 * 100/ 125 = 0.8 MHz.|
|Shashank said: (Jun 16, 2015)|
= 8 MHZ.
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