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Intuitive way to see pole/zero directly from schematic

The image below is the electrical configuration and the transfer function of a type II compensator using OTA. By looking at the transfer function, we can easily see that the circuit has two poles (...
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Loop compensation design of buck converter

I am trying to design loop compensation with type-3 error amplifier for a buck converter. I'm a student and very inexperienced in this subject. Please bear with me. Here is the general procedure ...
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Do lead and lag filters have the behavior of high and low pass filters even if the zero and pole used are complex?

Consider the compensation transfer function \$\frac{s+z}{s+p}\$ so that the inequalities \$0<z<p\$ and \$0<p<z\$ correspond to lead and lag compensation respectively. At very low ...
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Analog implementation of imaginary roots in a transfer function

I have a simple boost converter, and from multiple papers I've read through, a Type 3 Compensator is recommended. I designed one in Matlab/Simulink, and it reacts very quickly. The problem is, when I ...
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Op-Amp Input Bias Compensation for Multiple Feedback Filter

I'm adding an input bias current compensation network to the positive op-amp input of my band-pass multiple-feedback filter. I'm setting the source impedance for the positive input pin equal to that ...
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4-20mA current loop - transmit sensor reading

I am working on design loop current transmitter- to transmit reading value from thermocouple sensor using below design. I measured co-junction temperature using NTC instead of RTD. During applying ...
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Poles and Zeros of a Transfer Function

I am trying to understand the physical meaning of poles and zeros of a transfer function. Can someone help me how to understand the Figure 2b in the link below? What does the height of the cone ...