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A digital board has a unipolar square clock of 250MHz. If the clock on the board at all places should have all the harmonic components which have more than 10 % of DC value, the board has to be designed for at least — 

A) 250MHz B) 750MHz C) 1250 MHz D) 2500 MHz

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