a passive linear circuit consists of ideal resistor r and ideal induct
A passive, linear circuit consists of ideal resistor (R) and ideal inductor (L) in series. The system input is the total voltage (Vin) across both components; the output is defined as the voltage (vout) across the inductor. Calculate the: (a) value of R (2) required to achieve the time constant t, which, together with L, is specified 5in the data sheet. (b) Gain (dB) and phase (deg) of the transfer function vout/Vin at radian frequencies m, such that 15Ot = 0.1, 1.0, and 10.
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