# Questions tagged [z-transform]

Questions regarding or involving Z or Inverse Z Transforms with respect to Electrical Engineering.

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### K-path sampling transfer function

I'm trying to derive the overall Z-transform for the K-path sampling system shown below from Baker's CMOS Mixed-Signal Circuit Design. I numbered some of the equations that I'll reference. The full ...
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### Help with basic discretization of a linear system

With a $T$ period discretization on the feedback and a first order hold after it. I believe this is a hybrid system because I imagine it's output to have both discrete and continuous behavior. How ...
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### 2nd Order transfer function to difference equations

I'm wondering if someone could check to see if my conversion of a standard second order transfer function to a difference equation is correct, and maybe also help with doing a computer implementation. ...
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### Calculating discrete-time transfer function

I have a continuous function \begin{equation}G_p(s) = {1\over s^2} \end{equation} which I am trying to combine with a zero order hold (with a sampling time of 1 second) to produce a discrete function....
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### Determining final value of the output of a discrete system

I'm going through an exam question where I've been told that the samples f(kT) of the following function \begin{equation}{\text{F}\left(z\right)=\frac{1}{1-0.819z^{-1}}} \end{equation} are applied to ...
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### Calculating the pulse transfer function

I've been tasked with showing that the pulse transfer function G(z) of the following plant \begin{equation}G_p(s) = {12\over (s+1)(s+4)} \end{equation} being sampled and held by a zero order hold ...
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### Calculating pulse transfer function

I've been tasked with finding the pulse transfer function G(z) of the combination of the following equation \begin{equation}G_p(s) = {10\over (s+1)(s+2)(s+3)} \end{equation} and a zero order hold. ...
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