DIFFERENTIATION is the opposite of integration. In the differentiator, the output is taken across
the resistor. Full differentiation takes place when the time constant of the circuit is 1/10 that of the input
A COUNTING CIRCUIT receives uniform pulses, representing units to be counted, and produces a
voltage output proportional to its frequency.
ANSWERS TO QUESTION Q1. THROUGH Q27.
A4. The diode.
A5. Conducting, cutoff.
A6. Short time constant.
A7. Long time constant.
A8. Most negative.
A9. Positive potential.
A10. Positive clamper with negative bias.
A11. Most positive.
A12. Negative potential.
A13. Positive bias.
A14. -5 volts.