• The AC coupling on a data acquisition device ismodelled as a passive RC circuit. If the resistor is set to100 kN, which one of the following capacitor optionsshould be used in order to remove the mean voltage fromthe signal?A) Capacitor placed before resistor with C = 50 µFB) Capacitor placed before resistor with C = 100 pFC) Capacitor placed after resistor with C = 100 µF%3DD) Capacitor placed after resistor with C = 50 pF%3DE) Capacitor in parallel with resistor with C = 1 mF

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• The AC coupling on a data acquisition device is
modelled as a passive RC circuit. If the resistor is set to
100 kN, which one of the following capacitor options
should be used in order to remove the mean voltage from
the signal?
A) Capacitor placed before resistor with C = 50 µF
B) Capacitor placed before resistor with C = 100 pF
C) Capacitor placed after resistor with C = 100 µF
%3D
D) Capacitor placed after resistor with C = 50 pF
%3D
E) Capacitor in parallel with resistor with C = 1 mF
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• The AC coupling on a data acquisition device is modelled as a passive RC circuit. If the resistor is set to 100 kN, which one of the following capacitor options should be used in order to remove the mean voltage from the signal? A) Capacitor placed before resistor with C = 50 µF B) Capacitor placed before resistor with C = 100 pF C) Capacitor placed after resistor with C = 100 µF %3D D) Capacitor placed after resistor with C = 50 pF %3D E) Capacitor in parallel with resistor with C = 1 mF

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