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Discussion in 'Misc Electronics' started by upasna, Jun 25, 2008.

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  1. upasna

    upasna Guest

    The output of an amplifier is a square wave where as the input is a
    pure sine wave.What is the explanation for this?
  2. Gerard Bok

    Gerard Bok Guest

    Far too high input level.
    Or a faulty amplifier (but that's less likely).
  3. JeffM

    JeffM Guest

  4. Gerard Bok

    Gerard Bok Guest

    That doesn't square up :)
    There is a distinct difference between a comparator and an
    amplifier: hysteresis.
    You don't want it in an amplifier.
    You don't want a comparator without it :)
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