(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

Complete the circuit in the figure in order to get a transfer function as: H(s) = k*[s(s^2+10^10)]/[(s+10^3)(s+10^5)(s^2+1.41*10^5s+10^10)].

3. The attempt at a solution

If I split the circuit in four stages: H1(s), H2(s), H3(s) and H4(s), I obtain:

H1(s) = -(1/(R1*C1))/(s+1/(R2*C1)). One single pole.

H3(s) = -(1/(R3*C2))/(s+1/(R4*C2)). One single pole.

H4(s) = (1/(LC3))/(s^2+(1/(R5*C3))s + 1/(LC3)). Complex pole.

How can I build an H2(s) stage to include a simple zero and a double zero? How can I build a circuit like that? It cannot introduce poles!

Thank you.

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# Homework Help: Zeros in a circuit transfer function

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