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# hw11sol - \omega[rad/s ylabel'Phase[degrees;grid on(f 202...

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202 HW solution #11 Prof. Decarlo Page 2 of 9 n=320*[1 0]; % Numerator of the Transfer Function d=[1 400 400e6]; % Denominator of the Transfer Function w=logspace(4,6,1000); % Define w in logspace (10^4 to 10^6 with 1000 divisions) h=freqs(n,d,w); h_db=20*log10(abs(h)); % Magnitude in dB phase=angle(h)*180/(pi); % Phase Angle in degrees figure; % PLOT subplot 211 semilogx(w,h_db, 'linewidth' ,2); title( 'Problem #41 Magnitude and Phase Response' ); ylabel( '|H(j\omega)| [dB]' ); grid on ; subplot 212 semilogx(w,phase, 'linewidth' ,2); xlabel(

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Unformatted text preview: '\omega [rad/s]' ); ylabel( 'Phase [degrees]' );grid on ; (f) 202 HW solution #11 Prof. Decarlo Page 3 of 9 10 4 10 5-50-40-30-20-10 X: 2e+004 Y: -1.938 Problem #41 Magnitude and Phase Response |H(j ϖ )|[dB] 10 4 10 5-100-50 50 100 ϖ [rad/s] Phase [degrees] Zoom-in W1 W2 BW Wm 202 HW solution #11 Prof. Decarlo Page 4 of 9 202 HW solution #11 Prof. Decarlo Page 5 of 9 202 HW solution #11 Prof. Decarlo Page 6 of 9 202 HW solution #11 Prof. Decarlo Page 7 of 9 202 HW solution #11 Prof. Decarlo Page 8 of 9 202 HW solution #11 Prof. Decarlo Page 9 of 9...
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