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Unformatted text preview: Univ. of Ontario Institute of Technology Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science ' & Frequency Response Frequency response is the ratio of the phasor of the output of a circuit (for example, voltage or current of a load) to the phasor of the source. For example, in the following circuit the frequency response is written as H v ( j ) = V L ( j ) V s ( j ) Electric Circuits (ENGR2790U) 193 of 310 Frequency Response ' & Frequency response is defined for each frequency . Given the frequency response H ( j ) , one can find the output phasor for any input phasor. In fact, one can write V L ( j ) = H v ( j ) V S ( j ) This means that  V L ( j )  =  H v ( j )  V S ( j )  and V L ( j ) = H v ( j ) + V S ( j ) Electric Circuits (ENGR2790U) 194 of 310 Frequency Response ' & Example 6.1: Electric Circuits (ENGR2790U) 195 of 310 Frequency Response ' & The input signal can be a current or a voltage source. The output signal can be the load current or voltage. Electric Circuits (ENGR2790U) 196 of 310 Frequency Response ' & Example 6.2: Electric Circuits (ENGR2790U) 197 of 310 Frequency Response ' & What is frequency response good for?...
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