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frequency compensation

[¦frē·kwən·sē ‚käm·pən′sā·shən]
(control systems)
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In this specific case, the frequency compensation can be achieved in the temperature range of -2.5 to 87[degrees] C Beyond this interval, experimental measurements have showed a frequency variation of 30 Hz for a 0.611[degrees] C temperature variation.
The simulation studies examine different responses of the converter using the self-oscillating control approach without frequency compensation as well as with the proposed frequency compensation.
Divided into five main parts: introductory material on control systems, including frequency domain analysis and examples from the fields of unmanned aircraft vehicle and wind energy control systems; an extensive and in-depth study of analog control systems, with many example algorithms and rigorous mathematical foundations; a part on analog systems compensation, including root-locus and frequency compensation design; several chapters that do not easily fit under other headings, gathered here as "Advanced topics", including control-ratio modeling, closed loops and state-variable feedback design and parameter sensitivity problems; and an overview of digital control systems.
Internal frequency compensation was thus employed within the comparator circuit using the series connection of C2 and R5 as shown in Figure 4 between two high impedance nodes.
SiTime uses an electronic frequency compensation method invented by A.
The LMP8100A provides four levels of internal frequency compensation, which at the higher gain settings increases the usable signal bandwidth.
The circuit is implemented as a pair of double-balanced Gilbert cell multipliers with frequency compensation. Balanced quadrature input signals are supplied by a Lange coupler followed by differential amplifiers.
The capacitance and the resultant shunt resistance of the device were measured and frequency compensations were applied in the feedback network of the photocurrent-to-voltage converter to optimize signal-, voltage-, and loop-gain characteristics.
Frequency compensations can be applied in the feedback network of the operational amplifier to modify loop-gain characteristics [16].

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