feedback path

feedback path

In a feedback control loop, the transmission path from the loop output signal to the loop feedback signal. See feedback (ii).
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The MxL11xx incorporates a full receive, transmit, feedback path, and all synthesizer components on a single chip, and can support code rates up to 4096 QAM.
For every closed circuit, feedback path is more important to control the output voltage and dynamic characteristics.
On the other hand, a feedback path is also needed to model the coupling changes between the transmitter antenna and the receiver antenna.
However, considering the feedback path nature and to reduce the number of feedbacks, the mean of phase error is assumed in this paper.
In the proposed approach, a proportional integral derivative (PID) controller that is in the feed forward and a polynomial controller, which is in the feedback path were used.
It can be observed from Figure 2 that for each loop, regenerative action is achieved through one inversion in the forward (critical) path while the other (clocked) inversion takes place in the feedback path. Moreover, there is no common component between both loops.
Consequently, all the test procedures are performed using exclusively internal feedback paths, with the only exception of the procedure in mode 0, which requires an external feedback path.
Two of these configurations are feedforward and feedback path. We would like to design the full-and minimum order observer controllers such that in the unit step response the maximum overshoot is less than 10% and settling time is about 0.5 sec.
When a device fails, the switches can provide a feedback path that is measured and compared to some baseline resistance.
Next consider high stopband rejection and passband selectivity for bandpass filter designs with the use of extra transmission zeros that are created by a capacitive feedback path [23].
Good performance of adaptive modulation requires accurate channel estimation at the receiver and a reliable feedback path between the receiver and transmitter.
The prerequisite for the feedback path not to introduce distortion places demanding requirements on the design in terms of linearity and noise.