The following circuit is given:
The 2 diodes are idealised in the following way:
All other parts have the following properties:
I've been trying to figure out what the voltage at the entrance of the inverted op-amp is in respect to time (u2 in the schematic below).
I know that the voltage u0(t) is essentially the same as the input voltage u1(t) without the DC part.
So u0(t) = 1,4V cos(wt - 0,5π) = 1,4V sin(wt)
So I am essentially looking for u2(t) here:
I know that the voltage over the diodes can only be between 0V and 0,7V. But do the 2 diodes even allow a voltage drop over any of them because they are essentially blocking in both directions? If the Diode is blocking, will the voltage over R0 be the entrance voltage to the op-amp? What would be the correct way to analyse this circuit?