Bode diagram

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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Stability analysis is performed on the Bode diagram by passing to frequency domain.
The effect of the designed controller on open loop Bode diagram of the converter is given in Figure 17.
A common way of representing this is with a Bode diagram (Ogata 2002).
An RC-network offers a simplified model of the building, which allows systems theory (Ogata 2002) to be applied to analyze their behavior using Bode diagrams or other approaches.
Figure 9 (b), AC impedance Bode diagram, from the impedance of the Bode diagram can be seen at the low frequency end, with the increase of pH impedance value decreases, and in acidic medium, the impedance values decreasing.
003] are better from Bode diagram of the closed-loop control simulation.
Applying the Bode diagram is an easy way to forecast the loop stability by analyzing the open-loop gain.
Bode diagrams of the fractional-order capacitor by numerical simulations and circuit simulations are compared in Figure 10; they are approximate fitting.
Bode diagrams, circuit peculiarities and performance characteristics are described.