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on: October 24, 2009, 08:54:10 am » posted from:Porto Alegre,Rio Grande do Sul,Brazil

I saw your RLC simulator, very good!
I'm a communications teacher and wish to show to my students, not only the signals in the time domain, but also the surface represented by the Transfer Function (H(w)) of the circuit. This chalenge implies to show a 3D surface, maybe in a mesh graphic. But I want it dynamic, when we trim the values of R, L or C, we see the poles and zeros moving in a 2D view of the s plan, see the poles and zeros moving through the surface (module), and see a 2D dynamic orthogonal cut of the surface by the imaginary axe showing the dinamic Fourier transform.
It's a lot of work, doesn't it? Shocked
luis caruso
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