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a(s) 1 + (s)a(s)

Thus, feedback moves the poles of the ampliers transfer function. Poles of Af are roots of 1 + a. Thus, feedback moves the poles of the ampliers transfer function. The idea is to determine information about the stability of Af from the loop gain T (s) = (s)a(s).

Nyquist Theorem Let 180 be the frequency at which the loop gains phase angle is 180. If | T (j 180 ) |=| (j 180 )A(j 180 ) |> 1 then the amplier is unstable. Otherwise, it is stable. Nyquist theorem allows us to answer questions about the stability of Af by analyzing the loop gain A.

Phase and Gain Margin Gain margin: decibels below zero of | T (j 180 ) |. Phase margin: degrees above 180 at the frequency 0dB at which | T (j 0dB ) |= 1, or 0 db. m = 180 + T (j 0dB ) Note that T (j 0dB ) is usually negative. The amplier is unstable if the gain and phase margins are negative. If the margins are positive or zero the amplier is stable or marginally stable, respectively.

AdB=20 log A

A0 f 1 + j fp

f/fp 0.1 1 10 ! 5.7 45 84.3

-20dB/dec

0 -45 -90

fp/10

fp

10fp

An amplier with dc gain equal to 1000V/V will be used in a feedback conguration. The amplier transfer function displays single poles at 1kHz and 10kHz. Find the phase margin !m if the circuit will use a feedback network with "=1/2.

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6dB

10kHz

100kHz

1MHz

Geometrical analysis

Crossover at ~ 70kHz phase = -arctan(70) -arctan(7) = -171 degrees Phase margin = 9 degrees

Exact solution: express f in kHz and

(a) determine the frequency f180 at which the phase is -180 degrees. (b) At f180 determine the value of ! such that |T(f180)| = 1. Extra: c) find the the value of ! such that the phase margin is 45 degrees; (d) repeat for a phase margin of 60 degrees; (e) sketch the magnitude and phase bode plots of the amplifiers gain.

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Geometrical reasoning:

phase of A is about -180 degrees at the frequency of the double pole (-90 degrees from rst pole plus 2 times -45 degrees from double pole), i.e. 10kHz at 10kHz, gain magnitude shown in approximate bode plot is about 74dB, but we know that the real magnitude is about 6dB less (3 from each pole) so use 68dB = 2512V/V and beta = 1/2512 V/V

Exact approach: express angle as pi radians and to get f = 10488.1Hz. Then nd gain at this frequency:

= 2268 V/V

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Example 1: An op amp with a0 = 103 V/V and two pole frequencies at f1 = 100kHz and f2 = 2MHz is connected as a unity-gain voltage follower. Find "m. ANSWER:

to get f = 14.07MHz and pm = 180 - arctan(14.07/0.1) - arctan(14.07/2) = 8.5 degrees. Example 2: An amplifier has 3 identical poles at a frequency f1 and is placed in a negative-feedback loop with a frequency independent feedback factor !. Find an expression for f-180 as well as the corresponding value of T. ANSWER: Phase given by each identical pole is 180/3 = 60 so f-180 = fp * tan(60) = 1.732fp. The magnitude of T is (A0*!)/(1 + 1.7322 )3/2 = (A0*!)/8 Example 3: (a) Verify that the circuit with loop gain T0 = 102 and three pole frequencies f1 = 100kHz, f2 = 1MHz and f3 = 2MHz is unstable. (b) Reduce T0 so that "m=45. (c) repeat for "m=60.

= arctan ( .

/ . ) arctan ( . = .

For a margin = 45 degrees, phase should be -135 degrees, which happens at the freq. f obtain from

/ ) arctan ( . .

/ )

| |=

+( .

+( .

+( .

/ )

so the gain must be reduced by a factor of 12.25 to have a phase margin of 45 degrees. For a phase margin of 60 degrees, repeat the procedure but use 120 degrees to nd f.

III. (33 pts.) In the following amplifier, the opamp has an open-loop d.c. gain of 104 and 4 poles at 1MHz, 10MHz, 10MHz and 200MHz. Find the smallest ratio R2/R1 for which the amplifier is stable.

! vOUT vIN R2 R1

! vOUT vIN R2 R1

At 10MHz the phase is: -90 deg from pole at 1MHz -45 deg from each pole at 10MHz -0 from pole at 200MHz

So phase at 10MHz = -180 deg. and 1/" must be equal or larger to the gain at 10MHz for the amplier to be stable

|A(10M Hz )| = = 1+ 10 2

1

R2 R1

1+

104

10

2 10

1+

10 2 200

497V /V

An amplier has a low-frequency gain of 200 and its transfer function has three poles at 1MHz, 2MHz and 4MHz. (a) Sketch the bode plot. (b) The amplier is placed in a negative feedback loop with a feedback network with a frequency independent factor ! = 0.025. Is the amplier stable? Use your estimate of the phase or gain margin to justify your answer.

The response of an op amp can be approximated with a dominant pole frequency f1 and a high-frequency pole f2 to account for higher order roots. (a) Assuming a0 = 105 V/V, f1 = 10Hz, and ! = 1 V/V, find the phase margin "m if f2 = 1MHz. (b) Find f2 for "m = 45 and for "m = 60.

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