I was wondering how to calculate the magnitude and phase response of any circuit that is neither Low-Pass,High Pass nor Band-Pass. I am asking this because i haven't found anything relevant in any textbooks so far , since the only use standard filters.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

e.g an AC circuit consisting of an AC source with internal resistance A , capacitor C , inductor L , resistance B (the load) such that :

Zc||(Zb + ZL)

Following the commonly suggested methodology , the equivalent Thevenin impedance would be :

[ (jωL)-(ω*ω*L*C*Za) + Za ] / [ 1 + j*ω*C*Za ]

and the Thevenin Voltage :

Vthev = Vsource * ( Zc / (Zc + Za))

Vload = Vthev *Zload / ( Zload + Zthev)

Therefore :

Vload = Vsource *( Zc * Zload) / [ ( Zc+Za)*(Zthev +Zload)]

where Hv(jω) is the coefficient in front of Vsource which will be quite complicated.

How can we calculate its magnitude and phase response ?

Thank you

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# Hv(jω) Magnitude Calculation in non-standard circuits.

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