1.14 Differentiators


This is an example of a differentiator.  Send a signal in, and the signal you get out will be just the edges of the wave form.    If the input signal is a square wave, then the output will be a series of spikes at each of the sides of the square wave

Incidentally, having a wave that includes spikes could indicate that you have unintentional capacitive coupling.

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