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# Assignment10Solutions - Electrical Computer Engineering...

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1 Electrical & Computer Engineering Department ECSE Winter 2009 TA: Dahlia R. ElShafie Solution © by Dahlia R. ElShafie and H. Sahambi Solution of Assignment no.10 1- ) 100 )( 10 ( ) 1 ( 100 ) ( + + + = S S S S H 2- ) 20 )( 1 ( 1 ) ( + + = S S S H Constant: The phase is zero degrees. Pole @ -1: The phase is zero degrees up to (1/10) the break frequency (0.1 rad/sec) then drops linearly down to 90 degrees at 10 times the break frequency (10 rad/sec). Pole @ -20: The phase is zero degrees up to (1/10) the break frequency (2 rad/sec) then drops linearly down to 90 degrees at 10 times the break frequency (200 rad/sec). To draw the final plot, add the 3 separate graphs.

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2 3- Example 16.1 Johnson and Johnson Text Book, P. 652 4- Problem 16.17 Step 1: h To get Z 11 and Z 21 , put I 2 = 0 and connect I 1 to the input port. * V 1 = I 1 [(1/S) // ( 2S + 2 + (2/S))]
3 Therefore, Z 11 = [ (1/S) // ( 2S + 2 + (2/S))]=

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## This note was uploaded on 05/06/2010 for the course ENG ECSE210 taught by Professor Levine during the Fall '09 term at McGill.

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