## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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The design of filters is greatly facilitated if they can be

their image impedances . Any number of sections may be placed in cascade ,

and provided the impedances are matched at intermediate junctions the over - all

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The design of filters is greatly facilitated if they can be

**assumed**to work betweentheir image impedances . Any number of sections may be placed in cascade ,

and provided the impedances are matched at intermediate junctions the over - all

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Page 525

If eis i

with positive damping . The coefficient of e in the substitution equation , : = V3By /

( y – G ) , is a measure of the departure from the simple harmonic type . Thus the

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If eis i

**assumed**for oscillator analysis . negative , there is an oscillatory solutionwith positive damping . The coefficient of e in the substitution equation , : = V3By /

( y – G ) , is a measure of the departure from the simple harmonic type . Thus the

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Gaylord Probasco Harnwell. 6 . In the amplifier of the preceding problem phase

shifts may occur both in the amplifier and in the output - input coupling circuit so

that A and f are in general complex .

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Gaylord Probasco Harnwell. 6 . In the amplifier of the preceding problem phase

shifts may occur both in the amplifier and in the output - input coupling circuit so

that A and f are in general complex .

**Assuming**infinite input impedance and that...

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