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5 Pure sinusoidal original signal. an amplifier and a small noise signal can be amplified affecting the functioning of the electronic system that is being implemented. Internal signals are also generated by components or other modules used in the system to be implemented at certain ­current and voltages level or different frequencies. All these signals are undesired noise to the system to be implemented. The noise particularly affects an analog electronic system as noise can increase or reduce a value of a voltage and current used at a particular point of the system that can change the required response of the system.

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23. As this source is not connected, the current through it is zero. 23 a current will circulate in the source from the negative terminal to the positive terminal, that is, from bottom to top of the page. 23 Two elements electric circuit. 23. Now there is only one current in this circuit as there is only one path for the electrons to circulate. This current is imposed by the source and circulates clockwise. If we compare the polarity of the source and the direction of the current we see that in the source the current is circulating from negative polarity to positive polarity.

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