# voltage transfer (my 6.002x homework)

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1. ### kbcheong

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In this diagram, in order to calculate the voltage transfer ratio, I use the impedance to calculate vo/vin, if the impedance for vo = L + 1/Cjw and for vin = R1, what about R2? is it part of vo or vin?

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2. ### Harald KappModeratorModerator

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To calculate Vo make an equivalent circuit consisting of a voltage source Veq and an equivalent impedance Zeq. Veq and Zeq can be computed from Vin, R1, L and C without using R2.
Hint: consider the cases R2=0 Ohm and R2=oo Ohm to arrive at the necessary equations.

Use this equivalent circuit and insert R2. You now have a common voltage divider and you can easily calculate the transfer ratio.

Harald

By the way: You've been given a lot of help in this forum during the last months. It would be nice to get some feedback, too, once your question has been answered.

3. ### (*steve*)¡sǝpodᴉʇuɐ ǝɥʇ ɹɐǝɥdModerator

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Why don't you help us more by giving us the full question from your homework.

You know, the one that begins:

And why didn't you put this in the homework section?