1.
In an electric circuit, the reaction of a circuit to a given pulse input is known as the pulse response.

2.
In an integrator, when the pulse width of the input is much less than the transient time, the output voltage approaches the shape of the input.

3.
Referring this circuit, determine the maximum output voltage when a single pulse is applied as shown. The total resistance is 60 Ω.
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4.
The output of an RC integrator is taken across the

5.
Referring to Problem 7, how much will the capacitor charge if the pulse width is increased to 12 ms?

6.
In an RL differentiating circuit, the output voltage is taken across the resistor.

7.
In an RC differentiating circuit, the output voltage is taken across the resistor.

8.
In an RL integrating circuit, the output voltage is taken across the inductor.

9.
If a periodic pulse waveform has a pulse width and the time between pulses each equal to or greater than five time constants, the capacitor will

10.
In an RC differentiator, responding to repetitive pulses, the average value of the output.

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