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what is the open and closed loop function of this system?

i found this in the text book. i solved by: 1- found the closed loop function of just the part of B(p) and its "feedback", let's call it B'(p). 2- after that i did H(p) = A(p) / ( 1 + A(p) * ...
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How to guarantee the stability of a RF closed loop amplifier with inner loops?

I've a 3 stage closed loop amplifier with many loops inside of which some loops cannot be broken, to analyze the loop gain, as the parasitic capacitors are intrinsic to the device. What is the method ...
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Proper way to perform loops in System Verilog for testing purposes

I am testing a Find First One module in ModelSim-Altera. The target code of the test-bench is System-Verilog. For my gold test I am using a loop as the way that show in the followind code: ...
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STM32 - Using Timer as timebase source for HAL in FreeRTOS application

I am learning more about freertos by making a task based program. My problem comes when initializing and configuring the HAL time sources. I read that it is necessary to choose another HW timer as ...
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Can you help me to understand this thevenin circuit's mesh?

Why didn't we involve the 4 Ohm resistor while doing the mesh i2 ?
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How do you choose loops for the loop circuit method?

I need to understand how to choose loops for the loop current method of circuit analysis; ideally I'd like to be able to do it by means of an algorithm, so a vague intuition isn't sufficient. Can ...
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Gain-bandwidth product and open loop/closed loop gain

I'm reading the TI-precision lab of opamp. And I'm confused with the calculation of the BW_CL (bandwidth of th close-loop). I'm prettry sure the BW_CL= GBPW/GAIN_CL. This is very clear refer to enter ...
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Ground loops in a PCB with large hole in the middle

I'm designing a board for a client with some unusual constraints. My question is well illustrated with the following simplified example. Assume the positions of everything are fixed. Let's also ...
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Solving PLL Loop BW Transfer Function

๐‘(๐‘ )= (1+๐‘ .๐ถ2.๐‘…2)/(๐‘ .(๐ด3.๐‘ ^3+๐ด2.๐‘ ^2+๐ด1.๐‘ +๐ด0) C2 = 0.0000001F R2 = 1000 Ohm A0 = 0.000000106034 A1 = 1.27859848E-12 A2 = 4.5011166848E-18 A3 = 4.31278848E-24 G(๐‘ )= (๐พ๐‘๐‘‘.๐พ๐‘ฃ๐‘๐‘œ.๐‘(๐‘ ...
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Is an EM vector sensor antenna for DoA at 900 MHz feasible?

I'm contemplating antenna array designs for an easy-to-setup beam forming receive SDR system for DoA (direction of arrival) at the ISM band (likely ~900 MHz). I saw the 3d vector antennas used for the ...
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4mA-20mA loop behaviour when out of range

I have a temperature sensor that records temperatures from 10ยบC to 30ยบC, but in my project they only want temperatures to be read in the range of 15-25 with 4ma when 15 and 20ma when 25.My problem is ...
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4ma-20ma loop from 0.97V to 2.75V

I'm trying to develop a 4ma-20ma loop from an 0.97(4ma)-2.75(20ma) input. This input comes from the output of a low pass filter of a PWM module. I've searched the web quite thoroughly but all the ...
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Is it possible to pre calculate execution speed of micro controller for a given setup theoretically?

I need to work with 5x MPU9250 sensors, i2c 400kHz, Arduino nano 8MHz also, I have HC-05 Bluetooth device 115200 baud rate serial. is it possible to pre-calculate loop time to gather data from ...
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FM demodulation (not!) using PLL?

I have to demodulate a square wave FM+PWM modulated signal, so for the FM demod I'm using a PLL with a positive edge sensitive comparator to lock on frequency only (CD4046BE). Carrier frequency is ...
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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 ...
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Loop compensation of a Buck Converter

I have a buck converter. TPS54260 Vin = 7V-20V Vout = 5V Iload=600mA. I realise that there is a similar question in this forum but I was not able to get clarity. I want to understand what do you ...
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pH measurement in cascaded tanks — Ground loop

I am doing a mini waste water plant with cascaded PVC tanks (and PVC fittings) for my university project. Each tank has a mixer (the motor is grounded). I made a pH amplification PCB which works with ...
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Shunt Shunt Feedback SImulations

I am trying to simulate the solution to an old text book example on a simple Shunt-Shunt feedback amplifier. simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab The book only shows BF = ...
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Basic electrical circuit loops

Hi I have a basic electrical circuit and I am trying to make loops. Those things on IMG-2. I just don't understand how are they made. Why are the "one square loops" only in upper squares and not ...
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Calculating equivalent resistance using loop analysis with no applied voltage

I have a bridge circuit that I am supposed to find an equivalent resistance between points K and P for using loop analysis. I am aware that a delta Y transformation is the much more direct route, ...
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Two parallel wires with no resistance - why it's wrong?

I've built the scheme below in circuit simulator and it didn't work because of "wire loop" mistake. Why it's wrong? Why it's wrong physically? The simulator is falstad.com/circuit
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getting error from for loops in vhdl

Hi I am trying to use 2 nested for loops in vhdl but I get this error. [Synth 8-561] range expression could not be resolved to a constant [318] I do not understand why this code is not working since ...
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VHDL Transition Function - Loop Range [duplicate]

So I was tasked with creating a function "transitions" that takes as input a value of type std_logic of arbitrary length. The returned value should be an integer that records the number of transitions ...
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Why must current loop in a circuit? [duplicate]

This is a problem that's bothering me for a while, and I'm going off accepting other people's claims rather than figuring out the first principles of circuits. Consider this circuit right here. From ...
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Mesh Current Method.(Current assignment)

simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab I am trying to solve this using the mesh current method. I assigned the current direction as follows From this I used KVL for each ...
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Question about Synthesizable For loop and Generate

I am using the Verilog language and Zedboard as a target board. As far as I know, the for loop can be synthesized, and the synthesis tool translates the for loop as a sequence of duplicated ...
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Two Mesh Currents through One Source

I am trying to determine the mesh currents in the following circuit. I consider the mesh currents (from left mesh to right mesh) to be called I1 and I2. simulate this circuit – Schematic ...
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Does electricity always flow in a closed loop and why does current flow to ground?

I have been taught that current flows in a closed loop back to the source. And with electrical distribution, current flows to ground because the whole grid is effectively grounded back to the source. ...
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End of loop resistor or “terminator resistor”

In fire alarm control panel, I saw that at the end of the fire loop a 4.7kฮฉ resistor is used. My question is why we use the value 4.7kฮฉ? Is their any law for this choice?
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Loop Analysis - Resistor always a drop?

I feel really dumb asking this, but why is a resistor always a drop in loop analysis? For instance, in the picture the KVL #2 equations are the correct ones, but why? Shouldn't the resistors keep the ...
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Variable does not bounce back as desired (LED's)

I am changing a variable with a predetermined rate. When my variable gets too large, I cap it back to the largest value I want to make it, and change the sign on the rate to make the change go the ...
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Closing the loop and creating the current in antennas

I remember Feynman explained that raid waves are emitted by accelerated charged particles. So, the only the things that antenna transmitters do is just up-down oscillation of the current simulate ...
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Baffling combinatorial feedback loop message in VHDL with ISE Design Suite

When I try to synthesize my VHDL design (using Xilinx ISE Design Suite), I get the message: ...
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Shouldnt the magnetic field at a certain angle be minimum in center of current loop?

Magnetic field is strongest at the center of current loop. But if it is calculated along a single magnetic field line like this: A and B are magnetic lines. Shouldnt it minimum in the center since ...
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Phase lock loop frequency of reference signal

I am writing a Matlab code for phase locked loop and up to now I assumed that frequency of input signal is given (known) and I choose frequency of my VCO close or exactly the same as reference signal. ...
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Loop for two binary values in VHDL

I'm trying to write a loop for two binary values that repeat periodically at a specific amount of time that goes indefinitely or until a certain condition is met. Here is what I have wrote (below), ...
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Find test current in Thevenin circuit

I deactivated all the independent sources and removed the load resistance across terminals a and b, then applied test voltage Vt=1V across 1V. I have to find It. My calculations: It=i2-i1 Mesh 1: -1 ...
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for Loop Through String in VHDL

I'm trying to write a loop in VHDL that will print a certain message on an LCD screen. I have predefined the following: ...
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Loop current of the loop containing a current source

I am currently studying circuit analysis methods and there is one thing regarding the Loop Current Method I do not fully understand. Let us take a look on the loop current sketched below: As far as ...
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AVR asm wait loop explain

Can someone please explain me this code (it is from wait loop calculator), I cannot clearly understand calculation. ; Delay 1 600 000 cycles ; 100ms at 16 MHz ...
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ModelSim VHDL - Nested 'for' loops behaviour

I've now been a couple years working with VHDL in college and I've been using ModelSim to simulate my designs. Today, however, I noticed something I couldn't understand about for loops, so I thought I'...
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main program run like an infinite while loop [duplicate]

I'm working in PIC24F microcontroller. My main program doesn't have infinite loop, but it is run like an infinite loop. Before I test the code with infinite while loop (while (1)), but when I remove ...
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Insertion Resistance of Current Transformers

Given a current transformer like this: there is an insertion resistance that appears as a very small equivalent series resistance on the measured circuit. Since it is usually small (say, 0.0001 \$\...
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SPICE how to assign a variable voltage generator for receiving antenna

I would like to do an AC analysis, noise analysis and signal to noise simulations using TINA TI - LT spice is OK How do I assign a variable voltage with parameters to an AC voltage source in SPICE? ...
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Help! Verilog loop! The following signal(s) form a combinatorial loop

I'm trying to complete an assignment using Verilog, the details aren't too important, except that it must be a combinatorial design. Unfortunately I'm running into what I assume is the hardware ...
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Current loop Converter

Is it possible to convert a 2 wires current loop to RS232, and from RS232 to current loop, I am trying to put an RS232 sniffer in the middle so I can see what they are communicating to each other. I ...
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When an isolation transformer is not enough? [closed]

I work for a fairly large church and we have powered line array speakers that do not have attenuators in them. Over time a ground loop occurred from the stage lighting causing a very distracting hiss/...
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How do I generate the following statements in SystemVerilog using a loop?

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Step response to feedback loop with disturbance

When using step response to a feedback loop with disturbance. Why do we analyze the step response of the disturbance D and the step response of the input R separately. Instead of considering them ...
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VHDL: Looping through a module asynchronously

I have a VHDL module that applies a shuffle algorithm to a 64 bit input and outputs the 64bit result. I need to loop this output back through the module exactly 4 times, i was wondering if there was ...