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For the circuit in Figure 6.1, derive the complex valued transfer function, Vent/vi", in terms of R, L, and the angular frequency w. c From the...

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I solved Part A, but I don't know how to solve Part C

I can get Vout/Vin = 0.707<45' but after that I need solution specificaly

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A. For the circuit in Figure 6.1, derive the complex valued transfer function, Vent/vi&quot;, in terms of R,
L, and the angular frequency w. c From the transfer function. derive the real valued function for the phase response Use the
variable can for the cutoff frequency, which replaces the ratio 3/15. c From the transfer function, derive the real valued function for the magnitude response. Use
the variable can for the cutoff frequency. which replaces the ratio Rf!“ R Figure l5.1: Lab # 6 High Pass Filter

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C. Using the magnitude and phase response from EMA, determine valuee for R and L that satisfy the
follow conditions: Vin = 1010'&quot; V Hm; = 7.076545“ V f = 1.3 kHz

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  • R = 1Kohm , L = 0.122 H can be a choice , if you need any further help , please ask me
    • math_phys_EE_helper
    • Apr 05, 2018 at 2:22am
  • R = 1Kohm , L = 0.122 H can be a choice , if you need any further help , please ask me
    • math_phys_EE_helper
    • Apr 05, 2018 at 2:22am

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