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  1. the voltage is +Vpeak for half the time and -Vpeak for the rest.
  2. around zero, we had a Vpeak of 2.5V but now Vpeak is 5V and we have a positive average of 3.19V and an
  3. the same as if we had a constant +Vpeak all the time.
  4. same power, in this case the RMS value is Vpeak.
  5. In our case Vpeak was 2.5V so that should be the theoretical RMS value.
  6. There is also a so called crest factor which is Vpeak over VRMS and therefore 1 in this case. Ill cover
  7. which is Vpeak or 2.5V.
  8. Lets start easy with a simple sine wave. The Vpeak is 2.5V, the RMS value is 1.8V and the average voltage
  9. To try something more fancy, here is a nice triangular wave with Vpeak of about 2.5V and the scope claims
  10. is simply cut off. Vpeak is 5V and we have a positive average of 1.61V and an RMS value of 2.50V.
  11. So the peak voltage vpeak at x = 1m will be equal to 10 e-2.23 which is nothing but one
  12. This is too week peak this is Vpeak in the opposite direction.
  13. When I combine these two I will get only one Vpeak in the upward direction. If I come to