Electrical Engineering 3


kumaus
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Has anyone solved this challenge recently? I interpret the question as follows:

Suppose that the desired corner frequency is -20 dB of f(c) from EE2, what is the required value of L to achieve this?

This seems to be a rather simple question, but none of the possible answers (in H or in mH) works. Is my interpretation wrong or the challenge broken?


jusb3
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Registered: 01.03.17 11:38
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Agreed, the decription is really unclear, is the -20dB off the gain and frequency is the same as ee2, or is it like kumaus said or what?


ynori7
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This challenge is a continuation of EE2. EE4 is also related. That's why they all share the same diagrams.

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jusb3
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Well it should be answer at least that is the answer in mH or H and is the frequency decreased by -20dB or is the Vout -20db of the Vin or is the Vout -23db of the Vin or something else? I am studying electrical engineering at university but the question is really badly formated


thefinder
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Registered: 22.05.17 18:38
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Hi, you solved it. May be you could improve the question...


jusb3
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Well, there is an error in the description. The question itself would be to find the L1 value, for witch at frequency <ee2 solution> reduces the gain by -20dB, but as said there is a little error.


ynori7
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Could you guys PM me with what you're trying? Someone else suggested that there's a mistake and I want to see if others are in agreement.

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ynori7
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I've adjusted the solution now and the explanation (thanks to kaumaus, Faust, and jusb3 for their help there). Try it out again and see if it's better now.

I've also given a hall-of-fame entry to everyone who helped fix this issue.

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thefinder
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Hi, I disagree with the answer that I submitted yesterday. I found one more from the solution.


ynori7
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thefinder wrote:
Hi, I disagree with the answer that I submitted yesterday. I found one more from the solution.

I've adjusted the description and diagram (thanks again kumaus). Does this make it clearer now?

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