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The abrupt change at the leading edge of the square wave is the transient, and because it occurs so quickly, it must contain a high proportion of high frequency components. Although we already knew that the square wave contained these high frequencies, it is only at the leading edge that they all sum constructively, so any change in high frequency response is seen at this leading edge. We have considered the square wave in terms of frequency; now we will consider it as a series of transients in time, and investigate its effect on the behaviour of CR and LR networks.
33 An instantaneous change of current through an inductor creates an infinite voltage. 33). Having stated that the shape of the curves in each of the four cases is identical, we can now examine the fundamental curves in a little more detail. Using the original CR circuit as an example, the capacitor will eventually charge to the input voltage, so we can draw a dashed line to represent this voltage. The voltage across the capacitor has an initial slope, and if we continue this slope with another dashed line, we will find that it intersects the first line at a time that corresponds to CR, which is the time constant that we met earlier.
Second-order filters, and above, have considerable freedom in the way that the transition from pass-band to stop-band is made, and so the class of filter is often mentioned in conjunction with names like Bessel, Butterworth and Chebychev, in honour of their originators. 25). We now have a pair of high-pass filters and a pair of low-pass filters; the low-pass filters have the same slope, and cut-off frequency can be found from the graph in the same way. Now that we are familiar with the shape of the curves of these simple filters, referring to them by their cut-off frequency and slope is more convenient (the word ‘ultimate’ is commonly neglected).