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### How do i find poles and zeros from a Bode plot?

I have this Bode plot of CS amplifier but what I need is poles and zeros of the circuit. I am using Pspice for simulation. And the Bode plot is: Now, I calculated the poles theoretically and the ...
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### Find the Zero of a simple circuit

I would like to better understand how to find the zero of the transfer function of a circuit by inspection using fast analytical techniques. simulate this circuit – Schematic created using ...
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### Switching frequency and controller's crossover frequency in DC-DC converters

In the context of control loop stability of DC-DC Converters, A switch mode power supply is essentially a sampled-data system, therefore the theoretical maximum bandwidth is one half the switching ...
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### Bode Plots and Electrical Circuits - Zeroes and Poles

I would like to understand more electrically with little math (transfer function) involved regarding Poles and Zeroes in a control system (Feedback in DC-DC Buck Converter to be specific). I ...
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### Stability - Driving a Capacitive Load

I know I have been asked not to provide video links and ask questions. But I have no proper guide/mentor or anyone who can provide me better answers other than users in this site. So, please pardon ...
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### Effect of zeroes in stability

I thought earlier that zeros have no direct effect on stability but when I read the below article of Wikipedia where it said under the heading "Effect of poles and zeros " It says that adding zeros ...
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### Sketch a Bode Plot for the Loop Gain of the circuit

Below I have the transfer function, but I am still uncertain about Bode plots. How do I know the slope, how do I know where the zeros of the function are?
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### How do I convert poles and zeros of a transfer function into a circuit / required circuit components?

I have been given a bode plot of a low pass filter, and tasked with essentially reversing the effects by using a high pass filter. I have solved for the transfer function which is the first equation, ...
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### How can I prove that for any control system root locus plot starts from poles of OLTF and ends at zeroes of OLTF?

simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab G(s)H(s)=N/D T(s)=KN/(D+KN) Proof: ] But For K=0 T=0 For K=infinity T=infinity then how can K=0 {condition where forward path ...
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### Questions on Bode Plot and Nyquist Plot

Bode Plot 1) Why the gain plot |G(jw)| drops and then increases for conjugate zeroes ? 2) Why the gain plot |G(jw)| increases and then drops for conjugate poles ? Nyqust Plot 3) For Figure 9-18(B),...
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### spike in the Full bridge SMPS

I have a full bridge SMPS and I am measuring the voltage across the output´s diodes on the secondary side. As you can see the voltage spike changes by changing the output current, for example at zero ...
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### Stability Criteria of Type 3 Digital PLL

I suppose we can derive the stability criteria based on poles of open-loop transfer function of F(z) in expression (4.11). However, the pole analysis does not help in deriving the stability criteria ...
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### How is the impulse response related to pole/zero-plot?

I have trouble understanding how you can from a pole/zero-plot say something about the impulse response. For instance I have 2 poles in (-5 +/- 8 jw) and a zero in 0. How would I know, from just ...
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### poles and zeroes, why the magnitude plot contradicts the actual definition

I know that poles are the frequencies at which the response goes to infinity and zeroes are the frequencies at which the response goes to zero but when we draw the bode plot or magnitude plot the ...
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### Meaning of zeros in transfer function

Can someone please explain, provide a link or cite a book where the properties of the zeros for continuous and discrete time systems are explained? I know that the zeros are the frequencies where the ...