How to represent an integral equation over a pulse duration of a circuit in latex?

by Saikat Chatterjee   Last Updated April 28, 2017 10:23 AM

I would like to represent the following integral equation using latex. The square pulse in the integral denotes a square pulse of a clock. Can anyone suggest me how I can use the square pulse here? That is the only problem I am having while writing the equation.

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Thanks in advance.

Tags : integral

Answers 1



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E_\text{dyn}=V_\text{DD}\int\limits_{\pulse} I_\text{tot}(t)-P_\text{stat}\cdot T


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April 28, 2017 10:09 AM

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