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Compensating for system gain

Stephen D. Voran

Compensating for system gain

motivations, derivations, and relations for three common solutions

by Stephen D. Voran

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Telecommunications and Information Administration in [Boulder, Colo.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Speech processing systems,
  • Signal processing

  • Edition Notes

    StatementStephen D. Voran.
    SeriesNTIA technical memorandum -- 03-398., NTIA technical memorandum series -- NTIA-TM-03-398.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Telecommunications and Information Administration.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17614451M
    OCLC/WorldCa52359931

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    Feedback, Op Amps and Compensation AN Rev. Page 3 of 13 Nov (EQ. 15) The closed loop gain for the non-inverting circuit, VO/VI = (Z1 + Z2)/Z1, is different from the closed loop gain for the inverting circuit, VO/VI = -Z2/ will always be the case that the. Given low unemployment and an outlook for continued economic growth, employers may need to increase their diligence when it comes to keeping compensation systems in sync with the labor : Joanne Sammer.

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However, compensation components have to be chosen carefully. A compensation scheme can indeed improve stability, but can also lead the system to instability, depending on the choice of component values. Similarly, a compensation configuration can work for a specificFile Size: KB.

For example, if sales book is overcast by $1, and the purchases book is also overcast by $1, the net effect in the ledger will be nil because the over-debit in purchases account will be nullified by the over-credit in sales account.

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The compensated system is given by: The effect of the lead compensator is: • Phase margin: from 17° to 50° better transient response with less overshoot. • c: from rad/sec to 9 rad/sec the system response is faster.

• Gain margin remains. • K v is 20, as required acceptable steady-state response. + + + s s ()2 4 s s +-File Size: KB. The gain at the plant’s lowest frequency pole is less than or equal to 0dB.

This condition ensures a positive phase margin and, consequently, stability. In the case of dominant pole compensation, these objectives are achieved usingacompensatorconsistingofasinglepoleatafrequencywellbelowthose of the plant’s File Size: 2MB. we need gain margin when arg T(s) = ° gain margin Phase margin: The margin before the loop phase rotation arg T(s) reaches °at T(s) = 0 dB Gain margin: The margin before the loop gain T(s) reaches 0 dB at a freq.

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The same dualism underlies the nature and condition File Size: KB. Phase-lag systems are very common. These systems occur when an energy storage unit and an energy dissipator are combined.

One example is the RC lowpass in Chapter 2, and an additional example is the waterbath that is covered in detail in Chapters 5 and 6 Chapter 5 Chapter name phase-lag system comes from the fact that a sinusoidal input causes a sinusoidal output, but with a phase lag.

conditions that A β >>1, the system gain is determined by the feedback factor β. Stable-passive circuit components are used to implement the feedback factor, thus, the ideal closed-loop gain is predictable and stable because β is predictableFile Size: KB. (d) the range of K to keep the system stable.

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