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I have to obtain the axial ratio **bandwidth** .But when I tried to **plot** this graph, there is no point below **3db** and also shows some ripples at frequencies. What has to be done to improve the axial ratio **plot**. pls help me
thank uuu

RF, Microwave, Antennas and Optics :: 06-18-2015 08:02 :: Blesvin :: Replies: **0** :: Views: **321**

I am not sure to check -**3db** BW by considering Loop gain or Closed loop gain **plot**.
The filter circuit is realized using feedback. Hence, I see no reason to measure/calculate/simulate the **3db** BW not in this closed-loop configuration.

Analog Circuit Design :: 06-09-2015 19:32 :: LvW :: Replies: **8** :: Views: **685**

your **plot**ting the Nyquist **bandwidth**, they are not different. The **3db** **bandwidth** is the full range of frequencies over which the signal is present **3db** below the max.
When you **plot** depending on how you **plot**, the **plot** can soemtiems extend towards negative (...)

Digital communication :: 07-19-2011 00:33 :: kalyanasv :: Replies: **5** :: Views: **1044**

For a nonlinear Class E Power Amplifier, if I want to check its **3db** **bandwidth**,
do I just do a parametric sweep analysis of frequency of the input signal and see the frequency vs power gain **plot**?Use PSS Analysis with sweeping fundamental frequency which is a frequency of driving signal.

RF, Microwave, Antennas and Optics :: 05-26-2011 16:37 :: pancho_hideboo :: Replies: **1** :: Views: **1783**

I think the transition point corresponds to the **3db** point of the log magnitude.
This is where the gain drops to 1/\sqrt{2} of the flat band value.
This is also known as the half-power **bandwidth**.
Take for example a lowpass filter with transfer function
\frac{1}{1+s/z} with the transition point
is at \omega=z[/

Elementary Electronic Questions :: 05-25-2007 15:51 :: v_c :: Replies: **1** :: Views: **1018**

If you have the specs of a comercial opamp look at the **plot** gain versus frequency and check the gain **3db** below the DC gain.
Now, if you're simulating your opamp just perform an AC analysis and **plot** gain versus frequency and measure the gain in the same way.

Elementary Electronic Questions :: 04-13-2007 02:34 :: STOIKOV :: Replies: **8** :: Views: **1872**

vary the input frequency and calculate output voltage and **plot** graph between
frequency and voltage ratio in db and find **3db** **bandwidth**

Elementary Electronic Questions :: 03-13-2006 16:18 :: satyasri :: Replies: **1** :: Views: **1089**

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