A halfwave rectifier is used to charge a 12V battery through a resistance ‘R’. The input transformer is fed with 34 AC with turns ration 2 : 1. The conduction period of the diode is
A fullwave rectifier circuit employs inductor filter at its output. If the source frequency is 50 Hz and the inductor value is 10 mH. Find the ripple factor for 100 Ω loads.
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The voltage source V_{AB} = 4 sin ωt is applied to the terminal A and B of the circuit shown In Fig. the diode is assumed to be ideal. The impedance by the circuit across the terminals A and B is ________ kΩ
For the damping network shown below, resulting output for the applied Input will be…
Assuming the diode to be ideal, the current I in the circuit shown is ________ mA.
The figure shows a half wave rectifier with a load resistor of 50 Ohms. The input supply voltage is 230V(runs) at 50 Hz. A 10000 μF filter capacitor is added across the load resistor to reduce ripple. The percentage of ripple voltage at the output is ________
For the diode network shown below is input with voltage pulse V_{i}. If the knee voltage of the diode is V_{k} = 0.7 V then the output voltage pulse V_{o} is
In Fig. the Input V_{i }is 100 Hz triangular wave having a peak to peak amplitude of 2 volts and an average value of 0 volts. Given that the diode is ideal, the average value of output V_{o} is ______
In the circuit shown I is a dC current and V_{i} is a sinusoidal signal with peak amplitude 10 mV and a frequency 100 kHz. The value of I that will provide a phase shift of 45° at the output is ________. μA (Assume η = 1)
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