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Appendix C: Using Reactance Graphs

Appendix C: Using Reactance Graphs

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The Bode plots of simple circuits may be plotted on reactance (also known as impedance) paper to quickly indicate the resulting impedance of the circuit versus frequency. This is handy for quickly sketching out the frequency response of simple R-L-C circuits. Reactance graph paper is a log-log representation of resistance, capacitance, inductance, and frequency all on a single graph.

Inspec keywords: electric reactance; frequency response; Bode diagrams; graph theory; RLC circuits; network analysis

Other keywords: RLC circuits; bode plots; reactance graphs; frequency response; resistance; impedance; capacitance; log-log representation; inductance

Subjects: Combinatorial mathematics; General circuit analysis and synthesis methods

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