hey ......even I have heard that integrator converts square waveform to triangular.........but I am not getting it........what may be the problem?Originally posted by haditya@Oct 30 2004, 09:37 PM
for an example u can take the integrator convets a square wave into an triangular waveform
a sine wave into a -ve cosine wave. and so on
ie the output voltage is the area other the input voltage curve
hey girl,u can basically make ur report in three parts as follows:Originally posted by avionicsgirl@Oct 31 2004, 06:08 AM
h34r: i need to write a three page report on the integrator. every textbook i look at says the integrator performs the operation of integration.
ok, thats fine, but i need an example!!!
which op amp (Ic chip) sould I use?Originally posted by gauri_22480@Oct 31 2004, 09:31 AM
hey ......even I have heard that integrator converts square waveform to triangular.........but I am not getting it........what may be the problem?
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