Physics 517/617 Experiment 4 Transistors - 1 R I

... 2) Design a single stage common emitter amplifier. The amplifier should have the following specs: a) flat frequency response from 30 to 10 kHz (i.e. -3 dB point at 30 Hz) b) voltage gain of ª 100 c) input impedance > 300 W 3) Measure the following properties of your amplifier and compare your result ...

... 2) Design a single stage common emitter amplifier. The amplifier should have the following specs: a) flat frequency response from 30 to 10 kHz (i.e. -3 dB point at 30 Hz) b) voltage gain of ª 100 c) input impedance > 300 W 3) Measure the following properties of your amplifier and compare your result ...

unit 2 network theorems

... 1. Norton’s equivalent circuit with In, Zn, Zl can be constructed 2. To find Norton’s current, short circuit load 3. To find Norton’s equivalent impedance 4. Who am I ...

... 1. Norton’s equivalent circuit with In, Zn, Zl can be constructed 2. To find Norton’s current, short circuit load 3. To find Norton’s equivalent impedance 4. Who am I ...

Battery Cell Impedance Measurement (EIS) PSM3750 FRA + BATT470m

... The BATT470m Electrochemical Impedance Analysis Package provides a simple to use, wideband impedance analysis solution for the electrochemical market. The BATT470m, coupled with the PSM3750 Frequency Response Analyzer provides impedance measurement of batteries/cells up to 100V DC. With a frequency ...

... The BATT470m Electrochemical Impedance Analysis Package provides a simple to use, wideband impedance analysis solution for the electrochemical market. The BATT470m, coupled with the PSM3750 Frequency Response Analyzer provides impedance measurement of batteries/cells up to 100V DC. With a frequency ...

# Zobel network

For the wave filter invented by Zobel and sometimes named after him see m-derived filters.Zobel networks are a type of filter section based on the image-impedance design principle. They are named after Otto Zobel of Bell Labs, who published a much-referenced paper on image filters in 1923. The distinguishing feature of Zobel networks is that the input impedance is fixed in the design independently of the transfer function. This characteristic is achieved at the expense of a much higher component count compared to other types of filter sections. The impedance would normally be specified to be constant and purely resistive. For this reason, they are also known as constant resistance networks. However, any impedance achievable with discrete components is possible.Zobel networks were formerly widely used in telecommunications to flatten and widen the frequency response of copper land lines, producing a higher-quality line from one originally intended for ordinary telephone use. However, as analogue technology has given way to digital, they are now little used.When used to cancel out the reactive portion of loudspeaker impedance, the design is sometimes called a Boucherot cell. In this case, only half the network is implemented as fixed components, the other half being the real and imaginary components of the loudspeaker impedance. This network is more akin to the power factor correction circuits used in electrical power distribution, hence the association with Boucherot's name.A common circuit form of Zobel networks is in the form of a bridged T. This term is often used to mean a Zobel network, sometimes incorrectly when the circuit implementation is, in fact, something other than a bridged T.Parts of this article or section rely on the reader's knowledge of the complex impedance representation of capacitors and inductors and on knowledge of the frequency domain representation of signals.↑