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Draw the circuit diagram of a second-order lowpass filter.

Electrical Engineering: Principles & Applications | 6th Edition | ISBN: 9780133116649 | Authors: Allan R. Hambley ISBN: 9780133116649 150

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Problem P6.90

Draw the circuit diagram of a second-order lowpass filter. Given that R = 50 , Qs = 0.5, and f 0 = 30 MHz, determine the values of L and C.

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COMM 215 EXAM 2 NOTES Social Penetration: o As a relationship develops o Not familiar/ intimate to intimate o Communication grows Social Exchange: the outcome in the relationship= reward­cost Comparison Level of Alternatives: o Deals with risk o Looking outside the relationship o Considering what can resolve a relationship o A constant calculation o Evaluate why things are the way they are (staying in a bad relationship) o Explains why people stay or go o Ex: explains why staying in abusive relationships o Explains nature of satisfaction o Help you save relationship Communication Privacy Management Theory: o Sense of ownership to own information o Boundaries are set o Enter into a relationship you give up the ownership of information o Calculate risk benefit ratio o Only will give up information for a positive result o In the relationship there is boundary coordination o If someone doesn’t follow the boundary rules (information not going to travel) = in anger = BOUNDARY TURBULANCE= less trust o The quality of relationships o Close relationship uses boundary coordination Dialectics o A constant tension between two extremes o Visualize­ never ending game of tug­a­war o A healthy dialectic is a game of never ending tug­a­war o Cannot be “one­sided” o Ex: Dr. Dolittle “two headed/ two bodied llama” o Cannot be removed from itself o “Public vs. private” o “Connectedness vs. Separateness” o A balance o If you pulled to far to one side of the dialectic= dysfunctional/ fall apart o Looking for natural reoccurring tensions in relationships Generative relationships (family/ ones we don’t pick) vs. Formative Relationships (ones we choose) Interactional view: o When we form a communication unite (a family) that unit functions as a system o Systems theory: bodies tend towards the norm (body is made up on independent and interdependent parts), all have individual jobs, and all need each other to function= maintain homeostasis o The system establishes norms of interaction that produces homeostasis (ex: each member of a family is one of the interdependent/ independent parts) o Given a role that is taken on o Nag withdraw cycle: nagging because disengaged, disengaged because of nagging Nonverbal Communication (EVT) RC Chapter 5, ACT Chapter 3 pages 47­51 Interpersonal Relationships RC Chapter 7 Interpersonal Relationships­ Facework ACT Chapter 4 pages 55­61 Interpersonal Relationships­ Deception OAKS Deception Reading Interpersonal Relationships­ Social Exchange ACT Chapter 4 pages 61­63 Interpersonal Relationships­ Dialectics ACT Chapter 4 pages 64­68

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Textbook: Electrical Engineering: Principles & Applications
Edition: 6
Author: Allan R. Hambley
ISBN: 9780133116649

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