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Lecture 19_supplement-1 - Lecture 19_supplement Lecture 19...

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Lecture 19_supplement Page 1 Lecture 19 supplement Label each of the following transfer functions as either a low-pass, band-pass, or high-pass filter? (15 points)      1 2 3 10 10 11 0 0 100 1 100 2000 1 20 100 out in out in out in Vs s Hs s s s s s s s s s   H 1 = pole at -1, zero at -10, pole at -100 = low-pass H 2 =zero at 0, pole at -1, pole at -100 = band-pass H 3 =zero at 0, zero at -1, pole at -20, pole at -100 = high-pass
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Lecture 19_supplement Page 2 Problem 2: You need to design a Non-Inverting Amplifier using one of the two following Op-Amps. a) Which Op-Amp should you use in your design if you want your output to have the largest amplitude possible without distortion or amplitude reduction due to the frequency limit of the Op-Amp and your input is  6 0.1sin 2 10 in vt tV  ? You must justify your answers and give the maximum amplitude of the resulting output voltage waveform.
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