First post, hoping to learn and contribute to this amazing forum.

I am currently an electrical engineering student and im having trouble understanding the concept of load capacitance. More specifically, having enough current to over come the capacitance to run your load.

I understand the capacitance of your load effects the bandwidth of your system. Im really just having trouble understanding the statement " you must have enough input current to over come your loads capacitance" A real world analogy would be greatly appreciated.

I hope that makes sense.

Thank you very much !