Feedback occurs when outputs of a system are routed back as inputs as part of a chain of cause-and-effect that forms a circuit or loop. The system can then be said to feed back into itself. The notion of cause-and-effect has to be handled carefully when applied to feedback systems:
Simple causal reasoning about a feedback system is difficult because the first system influences the second and second system influences the first, leading to a circular argument. This makes reasoning based upon cause and effect tricky, and it is necessary to analyze the system as a whole.
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Curious if there is an expression for a negative feedback system that experiences phase shift. For example, at 0 degree phase shift, the additional gain is 0 because it is fully negative feedback. At 180 phase shift the additional gain is infinite because you have full positive feedback. Is...
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I have used root locus before but my confusion now is that the input is the negative feedback. Usually when I have negative feedback I consider the the error between the input (ideal) signal and the observed signal.
Also, in this case what is the tranfer function since u = -k*y, and what does...
I was puzzled when I thought about what happens to a klystron when it's output is fed back to it's input.
This doesn't apply to magnetrons because they cannot be driven like amplifiers so they are oscillators by definition.
I've dealt with audio amplifiers mostly and there almost always...
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In this case, there is negative feedback. ##V_{out}## is almost equal to ##V_{in}## in this case. But I really can't understand how to even proceed to find out the input impedance in this case, from the equation I know. Can someone help me out in figuring how should I proceed?
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For the state equations given above calculate state feedback gain k so that the state feedback system has -1 and -2 as its poles. Then, find TF from r to y for the given state feedback system. Then create a 2 dimensional estimator where the poles of estimator are -2±2j. Finally calculate TF from...
This is the circuit in question.
During lecture, when checking whether this was negative feedback, my instructor said that if the v_out increases, then v- increases as well, which would lead to the next v_out decreasing because v_out = A(v+ - v-). I get how if v- increases the next v_out would...
I had a bunch of questions regarding the feedback component as well as the feedback mechanism itself.
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The book says that " The op-amp multiplies the potential difference between V+ and V- by the open-loop voltage gain to produce Vout."
So my first question is, since we say we assume open-loop voltage gain is infinite, so does that mean the Vout produce will be infinite too?
Then, the book says...
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I know that when the feedback is connected, the voltage gain changes by the above formula. But I don't know how to find final values of input and output impedances.
In an op-amp with negative feedback, say initially the + input has some small positive value and the - input is at 0. Then the op-amp amplifies this difference, and a part of it is fed to the - terminal through resistances. This will increase - and will lessen the difference.
My question is...
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I'm not sure how will this oscillator work. Assume A is low, so B will be high and the capacitor will charge through B-C- 2Mohm.
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Fig 3 shows the block diagram of the control of an electric heating
system. The heater is driven from a voltage-controlled power supply, the
voltage V1 being derived from a potientiometer. The output...
From this table:
Looking at the 7 row and taking the first entry, 1
This is 000001
Adding back the highest and lowest bit: 10000011
And then the equation would just be x^7 + x +1 ?
Or taking the taking the third entry, 7
This is 000111
Adding back the highest and lowest bit: 10001111
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We express such equations by $$\frac{dx}{dt} = \beta - \gamma \cdot x$$, t denotes the time.
In this case, γ depends on x, thus the dynamic equation should probably be:
$$\frac{dx}{dt} = \beta - \gamma(x) \cdot x$$
1. Setting the equation to 0 leads to two different cases:
If x < K: xST = γlow...
From my understanding, the root locus is only concerned with open loop gain. I figured this means you would ignore the negative feedback loop and calculate the root locus from just the plant's function
Workings:
zeros: -1
poles: 0, -2, -2,
relative degree = 2
=> 90-degree asymptotes
meeting...
Homework Statement
FIGURE 3 shows the block biagram of the control of an electric heating system. The heater is driven from a voltage-controlled power supple, the voltage V1 being derived from a potentiometer. The output temperature, θo is subject to distrubances, θd, because of changes in...
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Here is what I know about the Ideal Op-Amp.
- The open loop voltage gain is infinite
- The output voltage is given by the following $$v_o = A(v_+ - v_-)$$
- Only with a negative feedback loop is $$ v_+ = v_-$$
My query is with regards to the negative feedback loop...
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Homework Equations
Adiff(single-ended)= 1/2gm*ro||Rd
β=R2/(R1+R2)
The Attempt at a Solution
I am really confused as to how to find A. I know the feedback of the circuits around the R2 and R1, but I don't understand how the open loop gain can be found. Can someone...
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In a positive feedback amplifier, as I understand, output of the amplifier is fed back into the input of amplifier, essentially creating a loop. My question is specifically,
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How many cycles...
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If we consider an efficient measurement performed on a system in a pure state. How would we use feedback (by applying to the system a unitary operator that depends upon the measurement result), to prepare the system in the same final state for every outcome of the measurement (this can be done...
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I have a confusion understanding one of the basic assumption used for operational amplifiers which is Vin = 0 or difference of inputs = 0.
Take for example an ideal amplifier with inputs V+ and V-
V+ = 1
V- = 0.5 * Vout
Supply Voltage = +-9
Vin = V+ - V-
At start V+ = 1 and V- = 0, providing us...