Give a brief description of differentiating circuits, Electrical Engineering

Q. Give a brief description of differentiating circuits ?

               Differentiation is a measure of the rate of change. A differentiating circuit produces an output voltage which is proportional to the rate of change of the input. When the output from an RC circuit is taken across R, the output voltage is the differential of the input.

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