Wednesday, 12 December 2012

Clipper, Clipper Circuit, Diode Clipper Circuit, Clipper Electronics, Clipper Circuit Analysis


Clipper, Clipper Circuit, Diode Clipper Circuit, Clipper Electronics, Clipper Circuit Analysis:


DEFINITION OF CLIPPER

Clippers are wave shaping circuits in which diodes are used to clip or cut off one or both extremities from the wave form of input wave or pulse.

PARALLEL CLIPPER:

In this type of Clipper, Diodes are connected in parallel to the load.

DRAWING OUTPUT OF THE FOLLOWING CLIPPER CIRCUITS:

CLIPPER 1:




CLIPPER 2:



CLIPPER 3:


CLIPPER 4:


CLIPPER 5:


SERIES CLIPPER 

The Clipper Circuit in which Diode is in series with the load is called Series Clipper.

DRAWING OUTPUT OF THE FOLLOWING CLIPPER CIRCUITS:

CLIPPER 6:



CLIPPER 7:



CLIPPER 8:


CLIPPER 9:




1.       POSITIVE CLIPPER

The clipper circuit in which positive cycle of input gets clipped off is called Positive Clipper.

2.      NEGATIVE CLIPPER

The clipper circuit in which negative cycle of the input gets clipped off is called Negative Clipper.

3.      BIASED CLIPPER

Clipper circuit in which a portion of negative or positive cycle of input gets clipper off is called biased Clipper. In this type, a battery is also involved.



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