- 14.14.1: Obtain the transfer function VoVs of the RL circuit in Fig. 14.4, a...
- 14.14.2: Find the transfer function Vo()Ii() for the circuit in Fig. 14.7. O...
- 14.14.3: Draw the Bode plots for the transfer function H() = 5( j + 2) _____...
- 14.14.4: Sketch the Bode plots for H() = 50 j ________________ ( j + 4)( j +...
- 14.14.5: Construct the Bode plots for H(s) = 10 _______________ s(s2 + 80s +...
- 14.14.6: Obtain the transfer function H( ) corresponding to the Bode plot in...
- 14.14.7: A series-connected circuit has R = 4 and L = 25 mH. (a) Calculate t...
- 14.14.8: A parallel resonant circuit has R = 100 k, L = 50 mH, and C = 2 nF....
- 14.14.9: Calculate the resonant frequency of the circuit in Fig. 14.29.
- 14.14.10: For the circuit in Fig. 14.40, obtain the transfer function Vo()Vi(...
- 14.14.11: Design a band-pass filter of the form in Fig. 14.35 with a lower cu...
- 14.14.12: Design a high-pass filter with a high-frequency gain of 5 and a cor...
- 14.14.13: Design a notch filter based on Fig. 14.47 for 0 = 20 krad/s, K = 5,...
- 14.14.14: A third-order Butterworth filter normalized to c = 1 rad/s is shown...
- 14.14.15: Obtain the frequency response of the circuit in Fig. 14.53 using PS...
- 14.14.16: Consider the network in Fig. 14.57. Use PSpice to obtain the Bode p...
- 14.14.17: For an FM radio receiver, the incoming wave is in the frequency ran...
- 14.14.18: Repeat Example 14.18 for band-pass filter BP6.
- 14.14.19: If each speaker in Fig. 14.66 has an 8 resistance and C = 10F, find...
- 14.14.20: Design a more complex problem than given in Prob. 14.10, to help ot...
- 14.14.21: Sketch the magnitude Bode plot for H(s) = 10s(s + 20) _____________...
- 14.14.22: Find the transfer function H() with the Bode magnitude plot shown i...
- 14.14.23: The Bode magnitude plot of H() is shown in Fig.14.75. Find H().
- 14.14.24: The magnitude plot in Fig. 14.76 represents the transfer function o...
- 14.14.25: A series RLC network has R = 2 k, L = 40 mH, and C = 1F. Calculate ...
- 14.14.26: Design a problem to help other students better understand 0, Q, and...
- 14.14.27: Design a series RLC resonant circuit with 0 = 40rad/s and B = 10 ra...
- 14.14.28: Design a series RLC circuit with B = 20 rad/s and0 = 1,000 rad/s. F...
- 14.14.29: Let vs = 20 cos(at) V in the circuit of Fig. 14.77. Find 0, Q, and ...
- 14.14.30: A circuit consisting of a coil with inductance 10mH and resistance ...
- 14.14.31: Design a parallel resonant RLC circuit with 0 = 100 krad/s and a ba...
- 14.14.32: Design a problem to help other students better understand the quali...
- 14.14.33: A parallel resonant circuit with a bandwidth of 40krad/s and the ha...
- 14.14.34: A parallel RLC circuit has R = 100 k, L = 100mH, and a C = 10 F. De...
- 14.14.35: A parallel RLC circuit has R = 10 k, L = 100 mH, and a resonant fre...
- 14.14.36: It is expected that a parallel RLC resonant circuit has a midband a...
- 14.14.37: Rework Prob. 14.25 if the elements are connected in parallel.
- 14.14.38: Find the resonant frequency of the circuit in Fig.14.78
- 14.14.39: For the tank circuit in Fig. 14.79, find the resonant frequency
- 14.14.40: A parallel resonance circuit has a resistance of 2 k and half-power...
- 14.14.41: Using Fig. 14.80, design a problem to help otherstudents better und...
- 14.14.42: For the circuits in Fig. 14.81, find the resonant frequency 0, the ...
- 14.14.43: Calculate the resonant frequency of each of the circuits in Fig. 14...
- 14.14.44: For the circuit in Fig. 14.83, find: (a) the resonant frequency 0 (...
- 14.14.45: For the circuit shown in Fig. 14.84, find 0, B, and Q, as seen by t...
- 14.14.46: For the network illustrated in Fig. 14.85, find (a) the transfer fu...
- 14.14.47: Show that a series LR circuit is a low-pass filter if the output is...
- 14.14.48: Find the transfer function VoVs of the circuit in Fig.14.86. Show t...
- 14.14.49: Design a problem to help other students better understand low-pass ...
- 14.14.50: Determine what type of filter is in Fig. 14.87. Calculate the corne...
- 14.14.51: Design an RL low-pass filter that uses a 40-mH coil and has a cutof...
- 14.14.52: Design a problem to help other students better understand passive h...
- 14.14.53: Design a series RLC type band-pass filter with cutoff frequencies o...
- 14.14.54: Design a passive band-stop filter with 0 = 10 rad/s and Q = 20.
- 14.14.55: Determine the range of frequencies that will be passed by a series ...
- 14.14.56: (a) Show that for a band-pass filter, H(s) = sB ___________ s2 + sB...
- 14.14.57: Determine the center frequency and bandwidth of the band-pass filte...
- 14.14.58: The circuit parameters for a series RLC bandstop filter are R = 250...
- 14.14.59: Find the bandwidth and center frequency of the band-stop filter of ...
- 14.14.60: Obtain the transfer function of a high-pass filter witha passband g...
- 14.14.61: Find the transfer function for each of the active filters in Fig. 1...
- 14.14.62: The filter in Fig. 14.90(b) has a 3-dB cutoff frequency at 1 kHz. I...
- 14.14.63: Design an active first-order high-pass filter with H(s) = 100s ____...
- 14.14.64: Obtain the transfer function of the active filter in Fig.14.91 on t...
- 14.14.65: A high-pass filter is shown in Fig. 14.92. Show that the transfer f...
- 14.14.66: A general first-order filter is shown in Fig. 14.93. (a) Show that ...
- 14.14.67: Design an active low-pass filter with dc gain of 0.25 and a corner ...
- 14.14.68: Design a problem to help other students better understand the desig...
- 14.14.69: Design the filter in Fig. 14.94 to meet the following requirements:...
- 14.14.70: A second-order active filter known as a Butterworth filter is shown...
- 14.14.71: Use magnitude and frequency scaling on the circuit of Fig. 14.79 to...
- 14.14.72: Design a problem to help other students better understand magnitude...
- 14.14.73: Calculate the values of R, L, and C that will result in R = 12 k, L...
- 14.14.74: A circuit has R1 = 3 , R2 = 10 , L = 2H, and C = 110 F. After the c...
- 14.14.75: In an RLC circuit, R = 20 , L = 4 H, and C = 1 F. The circuit is ma...
- 14.14.76: Given a parallel RLC circuit with R = 5 k, L = 10 mH, and C = 20F, ...
- 14.14.77: A series RLC circuit has R = 10 , 0 = 40 rad/s, and B = 5 rad/s. Fi...
- 14.14.78: Redesign the circuit in Fig. 14.85 so that all resistive elements a...
- 14.14.79: Refer to the network in Fig. 14.96. (a) Find Zin(s). (b) Scale the ...
- 14.14.80: (a) For the circuit in Fig. 14.97, draw the new circuit after it ha...
- 14.14.81: The circuit shown in Fig. 14.98 has the impedance Z(s) = 1,000(s + ...
- 14.14.82: Scale the low-pass active filter in Fig. 14.99 so thatits corner fr...
- 14.14.83: The op amp circuit in Fig. 14.100 is to be magnitude-scaled by 100 ...
- 14.14.84: Using PSpice or MultiSim, obtain the frequency response of the circ...
- 14.14.85: Use PSpice or MultiSim to obtain the magnitude and phase plots of V...
- 14.14.86: Using Fig. 14.103, design a problem to help other students better u...
- 14.14.87: In the interval 0.1 < f < 100 Hz, plot the response of the network ...
- 14.14.88: Use PSpice or MultiSim to generate the magnitude and phase Bode plo...
- 14.14.89: Obtain the magnitude plot of the response Vo in the network of Fig....
- 14.14.90: Obtain the frequency response of the circuit in Fig.14.40 (see Prac...
- 14.14.91: For the tank circuit of Fig. 14.79, obtain the frequency response (...
- 14.14.92: Using PSpice or MultiSim, plot the magnitude of the frequency respo...
- 14.14.93: For the phase shifter circuit shown in Fig. 14.107, find H = VoVs.
- 14.14.94: For an emergency situation, an engineer needs tomake an RC high-pas...
- 14.14.95: A series-tuned antenna circuit consists of a variable capacitor (40...
- 14.14.96: The crossover circuit in Fig. 14.108 is a low-pass filter that is c...
- 14.14.97: The crossover circuit in Fig. 14.109 is a high-pass filter that is ...
- 14.14.98: A certain electronic test circuit produced a resonant curve with ha...
- 14.14.99: In an electronic device, a series circuit is employed that has a re...
- 14.14.100: In a certain application, a simple RC low-pass filter is designed t...
- 14.14.101: In an amplifier circuit, a simple RC high-pass filter is needed to ...
- 14.14.102: Practical RC filter design should allow for source and load resista...
- 14.14.103: The RC circuit in Fig. 14.111 is used for a lead compensator in a s...
- 14.14.104: A low-quality-factor, double-tuned band-pass filter is shown in Fig...

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