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Bode Plotter

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Mathew Whitman, Jun 18, 2004.

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  1. Folks,

    I am a beginning electronics student and am having trouble figuring out just
    how to connect a bode plotter to a simple transformer circuit to measure
    magnitude vs. freq. Can anyone give me some general guidelines for
    connecting the pos/neg IN nodes and pos/neg OUT nodes of the plotter?

    Mat
     
  2. Fred Bloggs

    Fred Bloggs Guest

    I have never heard of a Bode plotter, but since the Bode plot is a dB
    ratio of magnitudes OUT/IN and phase difference OUT-IN, it would make
    sense that the voltage driving transformer primary be connected to
    plotter IN , and voltage on secondary go to plotter OUT. Somewhere on
    plotter should be input impedance levels/attenuator settings and
    permissible input voltage ranges- these must be observed.
     
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