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Writing gain as a function of input frequency

Writing gain as a function of input frequency

Hi,

The circuit I need to simulate uses a current controlled current source, with a gain function that depends on the input frequency. Is it possible to represent this using Multisim? If so, how?

 

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I may have found a workaround using CCVS --> Laplace Function --> VCCS. Is the S parameter in the Laplace function defined as jw (w should be omega)?

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Re: Writing gain as a function of input frequency

Yes, that is correct. The angular frequency (w) is equal to [w=2*pi*f]. Which is the same as omega.

 

Pamela G

National Instruments

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