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EE 230 HW 5 Spring 2010

EE 230 HW 5 Spring 2010 - Assume the op amps are ideal...

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EE 230 Homework Assignment 5 Spring 2010 . Problem 1 Determine the output variable (in the s-domain) indicated. Assume the op amps are ideal. Problem 2 Determine the 3-dB band edge for the following circuit and plot the magnitude of the transfer function. Assume the op amp is ideal. Page 1 of 4

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Problem 3 Plot the poles and zeros of the following circuit. Assume the op amp is modeled by the frequency dependent gain () 1 0 + = p s A s A where A 0 is the dc gain of the op amp and the parameter p is positive. Problem 4 Design a circuit that has in input impedance of -20K . Problem 5 Design a noninverting integrator that has a unity gain frequency of 10KHz. Problem 6 Obtain the transfer function T(s)=V OUT /V IN .

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Unformatted text preview: Assume the op amps are ideal. Determine the poles and zeros of this circuit and the 3dB bandwidth. Page 2 of 4 Problem 7 Determine the peaking frequency, the 3dB bandwidth, and the poles of the following circuit. Assume the op amp is ideal. OUT IN Problem 8 Design a bandpass filter with a peaking frequency at 5KHz and a bandwidth of 500Hz. Assume ideal op amps. Problem 9 Determine the 3dB bandwidth of the following circuits if the GB of the op amps are all 2MHz. Page 3 of 4 Problem 10 Determine the 3dB bandwidth of the following circuit and compare it with that of a single-stage noninverting amplifier with the same dc gain. Assume the GB of the op amp is 750KHz. Page 4 of 4...
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