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## Average Value Calculation for any General Periodic Waveform

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## Ideal Current Source

An ideal current source is a theoretical concept to represent a device or circuit element that provides a constant current regardless of the voltage across it. Important Features of Ideal Current Source Constant Current Output: The current provided by an ideal …

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## Ideal Voltage Source

Ideal Voltage Source An ideal voltage source is a fundamental concept in electrical engineering and in network theory. It provides a perfect, unchanging voltage to any connected circuit, unaffected by any external factors or load variations. Characteristics of an Ideal …

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## GATE Electrical

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## Norton’s Theorem

Norton’s Theorem Norton’s Theorem is another fundamental principle in electrical engineering that simplifies the analysis of complex linear circuits. It states that any linear electrical network with voltage and current sources and resistances can be replaced by an equivalent circuit …

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## Thevenin’s Theorem

Thevenin’s Theorem Thevenin’s Theorem is a fundamental principle in electrical engineering that simplifies the analysis of complex linear circuits. It states that any linear electrical network with voltage and current sources and resistances can be replaced by an equivalent circuit …

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