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Bode diagram

[′bōd ‚dī·ə‚gram]
(electronics)
A diagram in which the phase shift or the gain of an amplifier, a servomechanism, or other device is plotted against frequency to show frequency response; logarithmic scales are customarily used for gain and frequency.
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All 11 coatings were compared on a single Bode plot.
A Bode plot comprises two curves: the impedance curve and the phase angle curve, which are measured over a range of frequency.
The values of recorded impedances at different frequencies were plotted on a Bode plot using MATLAB software Ver.
Looking further, a full waveform-processing tool can perform complex calculator functions on waveforms, such as copious mathematical operations, signal filtering, Fourier transformation, Bode plot, gain and phase margins, and other signal conversions.
The degradation steps are described below and shown in Figure 3 with (1) an example of the appropriate equivalent circuit with typical values for the electrical elements, (2) a Bode plot, and (3) a Nyquist plot.
These three parameters are often plotted on what is known as a Bode plot, shown in Figure 2A.
The resulting waveforms, such as bode plot and load transient, are available for analysis using WebScope[TM], a fast and sophisticated interactive waveform viewer.
This new Internet-based tool provides Bode plot analysis using a simple interactive "edit-in-place" schematic based on actual reference designs.
The two-channel FFT spectrum analyzer offers marker measurements, and, when used with the internal signal generator, displays Bode plots and performs vector network analysis, showing gain and phase values in real-time.
Impedance spectra were represented in both complex impedance diagram (Nyquist plot) and Bode plots.
I never made use of Bode plots or root-locus when I was designing a control loop"