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Consider the following circuit:
- What is the impedance of the circuit?
- For the input , what current
flows through the capacitor?
- What is the phase difference between the voltage across the
capacitor ( ) and the applied voltage? Be sure to specify
whether leads or follows the applied voltage.
Consider a circuit consisting of an inductor (L), a capacitor (C)
and a resistor (R) in series with a voltage source
. Let krad/s, R=1 k ,
L=1 H and F.
- What is the magnitude of the current through the circuit?
- What is the phase of the current relative to the source voltage?
- What is the magnitude of the voltage drop across the inductor?
- What is the phase of the voltage across the inductor relative to
the source voltage?
- At what frequency is the amplitude of the voltage across the
Derive the transfer function for the four-terminal network shown below.
Tue Jul 13 16:55:15 EDT 1999