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3. For the circuit in (1) find a transfer function, and then: 3.1. Repeat simulation (1.2.) by replacing the circuit diagram with the Transfer Function Block. Compare results with (1.2.) and make conclusions. 3.2. Find the steady state response of your circuit to a sin signal of your choice. Simulate this situation and compare results with theoretically calculated response. 4. Your goal here is to obtain the output that is a good approximation of the impulse response function of the circuit considered in (3). What kind of input signal should be selected? Simulate the circuit with such signal. Compare results with previous simulation (1.1) and with theoretical impulse response function and make conclusions. B. Second order circuit 1. Consider a series RLC circuit.
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2. Select appropriate values of R, L, C, calculate and simulate a natural over-damped response 3. Change the value of resistor R calculate and simulate a natural under-damped response 4. Find the theoretical resonance frequency. Show that this is the resonance condition by experimenting with sin signals of several different (at least-5 experiments) frequencies and comparing the output amplitudes. Do not use the frequency response analysis. Make actual experiments.
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