Category: James K. Roberge: 6.302 (Electronic Feedback Systems)
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Topics include: introduction to the design of feedback systems; properties and advantages of feedback systems; time-domain and frequency-domain performance measures; stability and degree of stability; root locus metho...
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Topics include: noise modification; moderating nonlinearities; power audio amplifiers; demonstrations. Recorded: 1985.
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Topics include: Frequency dependent loop transmissions and transfer functions; transient, step and frequency responses; using Bode plots; demo with an LM301A integrated circuit amplifier. Recorded: 1985.
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Topics include: stability of feedback systems; characteristic equation; self-excited oscillator; stability for arbitrary systems; maintaining insight during the design process; Routh test; root locus methods. Recorded...
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Topics include: root locus techniques; some rules for drawing a root locus diagram for a system. Recorded: 1985.
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Topics include: stability analysis of loop transmissions; root contours; closed-loop zero locations and hole locations; demo with frequency-selective (rejection) amplifier that uses Twin-T network. Recorded: 1985.
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Topics include: stability of a feedback system based on frequency response measurements; Nyquist test; mapping; gain-phase representation; Nichols Chart. Recorded: 1985.
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Topics include: improving performance of a system; drawing a gain phase plot; frequency domain concepts and techniques; compensation; operational amplifier configurations. Recorded: 1985.
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Topics include: increasingly complex modifications of the loop-transmission; unity magnitude point; example: electronic regulator; lead transfer function; lag transfer function; lead and lag networks. Recorded: 1985.
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Topics include: operational amplifier used to illustrate how to physically compensate a system; lead network; comparing lead and lag compensation; bandwidths; series, or cascade, compensation. Recorded: 1985.