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It is often discussed within the context of Bode plot methods.
The procedure outlined in the Bode plot article is followed.
Techniques like Bode plots, while less general, are sometimes a more useful design tool.
It is the Bode plot and frequency response that show this variability.
A simpler, but less general technique, uses Bode plots.
Bode plots are used to determine just how close an amplifier comes to satisfying this condition.
The plot is then called a corrected Bode plot.
Figures 2-5 further illustrate construction of Bode plots.
Bode plots are used in control theory.
Another method used in control loop theory uses Bode plots of gain and phase vs. frequency.
Stability is generally assured by Bode plot methods.
These can be found by taking the Fourier transform of a time signal and are plotted similarly to a bode plot.
In contrast to Bode plots, it can handle transfer functions with right half-plane singularities.
Its amplitude Bode plot (the log scale in the frequency domain) is a parabola.
The premise of a Bode plot is that one can consider the log of a function in the form:
(b) Bode plots in connection with the stability of an operational amplifier differentiator.
The Bode plot is more complex, showing the phase and magnitude of the motion of each mass, for the two cases, relative to F1.
These include graphical systems like the root locus, Bode plots or the Nyquist plots.
In Figure 1(a), the Bode plots are shown for the one-pole highpass filter function:
The Bode plot is shown in Figure 1(b) above, and construction of the straight-line approximation is discussed next.
For many circuits simplification of the Bode plot is feasible because the dependences of gain and phase on frequency are not independent.
Bode plots are plots of magnitude vs. frequency and phase vs. frequency for a system.
Often, this behavior is described with a bode plot showing sensitivity error and phase shift as function of the frequency of a periodic input signal.
(See Bode Plot and half logarithm graph.)
If the transfer function is a rational function with real poles and zeros, then the Bode plot can be approximated with straight lines.
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