# Electrical student need help

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by kay, Oct 31, 2006.

1. ### kayGuest

Hello,
please can anyone there assist me with this ,am to Design a pulse
generator delivering triangle topulses and square pulses with an output
frequency of 1kHz and peak values of ± 10V. Not to implement an
external signal input source. Please i need appropriate circuit diagram
and the components value for this ,as well as the output wave form
either by pspice.Thanks

2. ### GMGuest

Hello,
please can anyone there assist me with this ,am to Design a pulse
generator delivering triangle topulses and square pulses with an output
frequency of 1kHz and peak values of ± 10V. Not to implement an
external signal input source. Please i need appropriate circuit diagram
and the components value for this ,as well as the output wave form
either by pspice.Thanks
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Try reading some books on basic electronics, with plenty of schematics of
theoretical and real oscillators from simple square to triangular to
sinusoidal. Remember,in order to get a saw tooth (triangular) waveform you
can do the integral of square wave. Look at some theory on OP-amps and what
you can do with them. No one here will waste time (which sometimes
translates into money ) to make the homework of a lazy student, so get to
work. Reading is your friend...

3. ### Tom BruhnsGuest

Further to what GM wrote, it may help you to know that what you
describe is commonly called a "function generator." You should be able
to find a LOT of information about them in books, on the web, ... It
took me maybe a minute to find a pretty direct answer to your question
that way, but you'll LEARN a lot more if you think carefully about
what's going on in the circuit.

You didn't mention what you've been exposed to already. Do you
understand integrators? Feedback? Schmitt triggers (or comparators
with hysteresis)? If so, you're about half way there...maybe more.

Cheers,
Tom

4. ### LuhanGuest

How can we set up a new newsgroup for this type of question?

sci.electronics.clueless

Luhan

6. ### Guest

Here you go!

http://mrdarrett.googlepages.com/schematic.jpg

- Michael

7. ### Jonathan KirwanGuest

The thing that bothers me about questions that include sentences like,
"i need appropriate circuit diagram and the components value for this
as well as the output wave form either by pspice," is that this makes
it seem it isn't about learning something but about avoiding learning.
Like asking someone to provide a completed page of finished homework
and not even bothering to worry if an explanation is provided, too.

Jon

8. ### BaronGuest

I agree ! It comes across that way very strongly !

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