anonymous
  • anonymous
H3P4: Diode Limiter is there any one to guide me to solve it?
MIT 6.002 Circuits and Electronics, Spring 2007
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VenomGhost
  • VenomGhost
Just remember that there are two possible values for the triangular waveform, so you have a case for a positive peak value and a case for a negative peak value, from there one you can take a look at the diode graph and realize that it either works as short circuit or an open circuit, you end up with two subcircuits, and apply a node method, it's easy to calculate the current in the branch of interest

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