1.42 Symmetrically saturating amplifiers, operating in the so-called clipping mode, can be used to convert sine waves to pseudo-square waves. For an amplifier with a small-signal gain of 1000 and clipping levels of ±10 V, what peak value of input sinusoid is needed to produce an output whose extremes are just at the edge of clipping? Clipped 90% of the time? Clipped 99% of the time?

42 11 - 1.42 Symmetrically saturating amplifiers, operating in the so-called clipping mode, can be used to convert sine waves to pseudo-square waves. For an amplifier with a small-signal gain of 1000 and clipping levels of ±10 V, what peak value of input sinusoid is needed to produce an output whose extremes are just at the edge of clipping? Clipped 90% of the time? Clipped 99% of the time?

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images - 1.42 Symmetrically saturating amplifiers, operating in the so-called clipping mode, can be used to convert sine waves to pseudo-square waves. For an amplifier with a small-signal gain of 1000 and clipping levels of ±10 V, what peak value of input sinusoid is needed to produce an output whose extremes are just at the edge of clipping? Clipped 90% of the time? Clipped 99% of the time?

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