Hey everyone, I need some help with this problem. A triangular wave generator produces a waveform (triangular wave with peaks of 10 V). I need to develop a circuit that clips the voltages at 5 V (ie, they become flat at 5V). We're allowed to use DC voltages of +10 V and −10 V as well as resistors, capacitors (although I don't see why we would need to) and standard signal diodes (so in other words, no zener diodes). I was trying to do something similar to what was instructed here (3rd circuit shown): http://www.allaboutcircuits.com/vol_3/chpt_3/6.html I might just need a kick in the head or something to get my head around this. My general problem is that I set it up like the one that clips at 2V and -3V - however since I'm limited to 10V DC batteries, I get clipping at 10.7V... I was wondering if it would be possible to perhaps use resistors to dissipate 5.7 V? Also, it's been a while since I did this so in the link I gave is the 1 Kohm resistor there just to be a load resistance and make sure the diodes don't burn out? Or does it play some other role? Thanks.