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For the circuit in Fig. P3.105, each utilizing an ideal diode(or diodes), sketch the output for the input shown. Label the most positive and most negative output levels. Assume CR.>>T.

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Please see the attached figure file.
Vr = peak potential drop across R
V2r = peak potential drop across 2R
Vr/2 =peak potential drop across R/2
In case of reverse bias of diode circuit will act as open circuit while in forward bias the potential drop across the diod will be 0.7V.

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Vr = peak potential drop across R
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