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RLC network transfer function

Discussion in 'Misc Electronics' started by [email protected], Apr 12, 2007.

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  1. Guest

    is there a quick way to find the transfer function for a RLC network
    without going step by step solving of the KVL,KCL and impedance series
    parallel equations.
     
  2. LaPlace transforms?
     
  3. Fred Bartoli

    Fred Bartoli Guest

    a écrit :
    Sure: solving all the system at once :)
     
  4. john jardine

    john jardine Guest

    Look for the K9, "ladder" example.
    http://dknollman.122mb.com/k9analysis/index.htm
     
  5. Lionel

    Lionel Guest

    No.


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  6. Guest

    Yes, use the impedance divider rule. ie if the Resistor is the out put
    voltage then

    Vo = R/(R+SL+1/SC).Vin = SCR/(1+SCR+S^2LC)

    easy. You need the Laplace notation of course but that's what a TF is
    after all.


    Wang King
     
  7. Lionel

    Lionel Guest

    On Fri, 01 Jun 2007 02:34:47 +0000, Lionel <>
    ^^^^
    **** off, identity thief.

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