The Voltage Offset parameter must be set to -2.5V for a 5V sawtooth.Sorry but I'm not sure I understood what to do for correct measurement
Depends if you are talking about a sawtooth which has or doesn't have a zero DC (or mean) value.it's not about voltage offset
Oh i love the way people approaching to situations here.Depends if you are talking about a sawtooth which has or doesn't have a zero DC (or mean) value.
The RMS value of the classic sawtooth is indeed
\(V_{rms}=\frac{U_p}{\sqrt{3}}\)
The Mean value of the same waveform is Up/2.
If the classic sawtooth is level adjusted such that its mean value is zero then the RMS value is altered to
\(V_{rms}=U_p\sqrt{\( \frac{1}{3}-\frac{1}{4} \)}=0.2887U_p\)
And I'm really happy for you that you know all those things. But it's not good form to criticize the way other's answer questions. We all answer them the best way we know how.Oh i love the way people approaching to situations here.
Did you really get what is wrong in xxxyyyba's problem? Did you get what the solution is? I know about voltage offsetting, sawtooth waves, rms and mean values and the calculations above are not connected to problem here. The problem is just about the usage of the oscillator. When the problem is simple, please give simple solutions.
Sorry,but that isn't a sawtooth,it's a triangular wave.
Ok, now you really blew this out of portion. But instead clarifying myself again, well, i'm outta here.And I'm really happy for you that you know all those things. But it's not good form to criticize the way other's answer questions. We all answer them the best way we know how.
But we await your simple answers from your vast store of knowledge.
by Jake Hertz
by Jake Hertz
by Jake Hertz