Hi everyone, quick question - I have been using a pulsed driver to pulse an LED. By placing an inductor in parallel with the LED, I can shorten the duration of the pulses from the LED. I'm looking for an explanation as to why this is the case... I'm guessing that the inductor act as a high-pass filter, passing the high frequency components of the electrical pulses to the LED, and blocking the low frequency components (i.e. sending them to ground) - having the overall effect of reducing the time duration of the pulse from the LED. Does that seem sensible? Thanks in advance for your help!