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From: "Anthony Q. Bachler"
Subject: Re: integrating a signal
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Date: Mon, 20 Jan 2003 06:59:51 -0600
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an op amp with a cap as the input resistor, and a standard 1k resistor for
feedback in an inverting amplifier configuration will act as an integrator
for the signal you describe.
"If a million people say a foolish thing, it is still a foolish thing."
Anatole France [Jacques Anatole Thibault] (1844-1924)
"Ashish" wrote in message
> I have a bipolar fixed frequency square wave signal with varying duty
> cycle and magnitude. (D varies from 0.05-0.95 and magnitude +0.1-3.5V
> and -0.1 -3.5V).
> I need to integrate this signal.
> Can you please help me find a circuit to:
> 1. Integrate this signal. Without worrying about the constant of
> integration etc.
> 2. I might as well manage with a circuit which changes the slew rate
> of the input signal. So the Voutput has a slew rate proportional to
> Vinput where this constant of proportion can be designed. This may as
> well give a signal proportional to the integral of the signal.
> Thanks for the circuit ideas
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