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26th September 2011, 10:05 #1
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Integrator  Square Wave to Triangle Wave and Triangle Wave to Sine Wave
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How can the integrator convert the square wave to triangle wave? or triangle wave to sine wave? Can you give a complete explanation? Thanks..:)

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26th September 2011, 10:27 #2
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Re: Integrator  Square Wave to Triangle Wave and Triangle Wave to Sine Wave
The waveform isn't a real sine, it's comprised of parabolic arcs. You can refer to the mathematical definition of integral to see why.

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Re: Integrator  Square Wave to Triangle Wave and Triangle Wave to Sine Wave
Hi,
I mean, can you explain the operation of the integrator. From the input to the output in a square input, triangle input and the "parabolic arc" input.. Thanks.. :)

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Re: Integrator  Square Wave to Triangle Wave and Triangle Wave to Sine Wave
Dear Friends
Hi
I agree with FvM. but you can give your imagine sine wave to the filter and then take a real wave form(sine wave).
And about miller integrator with capacitor: Vo = 1/RC *integral of vi dt. if the capacitor be in the constant current source
, It's action can being as an integrator . if you want more , i can describe it with it's equations.
Regards
Goldsmith
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