Basically I want to test my analog circuit using a forcing function that has a form of a delta function. The function generator I use outputs sine wave, triangular wave and square wave (+ve and -ve output in one period). Are there any ways to produce a square wave that has an output for like 5% of the time, with the other 45% of the time with output zero for half a period, so it acts like a delta function? I only have the most basic circuit components like L,C,R, diode, op-amp, logic gates, etc.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# How to make a delta function signal in a circuit?

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