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What Is Phase

RMS And Peak To Peak

Pulses

Pulse Modulation

Magnetism

Heat

Harmonics

Generator Principle

Filters

Electro Magnetism

Conductors And Insulators

Clippers And Limiters

Norton's Theorem

Thévenin's Theorem

Superposition Theorem

Frequency Modulation

The Right-hand Rule

Coulomb's Law

Gauss's Law

Ampere's Law

OHM's Law

Kirchoff's Current Law

Kirchhoff's Voltage Laws

23 topics total

RMS And Peak To Peak

Pulses

Pulse Modulation

Magnetism

Heat

Harmonics

Generator Principle

Filters

Electro Magnetism

Conductors And Insulators

Clippers And Limiters

Norton's Theorem

Thévenin's Theorem

Superposition Theorem

Frequency Modulation

The Right-hand Rule

Coulomb's Law

Gauss's Law

Ampere's Law

OHM's Law

Kirchoff's Current Law

Kirchhoff's Voltage Laws

23 topics total

Here is the characteristics of a single pulse.
- The voltage rises very rapidly from zero to its maximum value.
- It stays steady at the maximum value for a time.
- It then falls very rapidly back to zero.
- The duration of a pulse can be anywhere from a very long time (days) to a very short time (picoseconds or less).
- Pulses do not rise and fall instantaneously but take time (which may be very short).
- They are called the RISE and FALL times.
If pulses occur one after another they are called a PULSE TRAIN. Fig. 3 has a 50:50 mark/space ratio. Note that the last three waveforms are of the same frequency. All the pulses start at the same instant. |

Keywords : Pulses, Square, Wave, Electronic, Tutorials

20 Oct 2006 Fri

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