Design of Some Active Compensators of Feedback Controls
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Certain networks capable of producing transfer functions with complex zeros (or complex poles) are presented. The equations for the s-plane loci of the complex singularities are developed and are equations of circles. Working equations are tabulated as an aid to design. Using these in conjunction with Carpenter's graphical construction, the network can be designed so that the roots of the compensated system lie at a specified location for a specified gain.
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