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d2:offset_phase_lock_servo [2019/11/19 18:10]
Michael Radunsky [Front Panel]
d2:offset_phase_lock_servo [2020/03/05 17:51] (current)
Michael Radunsky [Right Side Panel]
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-<​imgcaption opls_side_panel center|Schematic of the OPLS right-side panel,​showing the configurable transfer ​functino ​and its user-controls.>​{{ :​d2:​d2-135:​d2-135-side-panel-f-for-freq.jpg?​nolink&​700 |}}</​imgcaption>​+<​imgcaption opls_side_panel center|Schematic of the OPLS right-side panel,​showing the configurable transfer ​function ​and its user-controls.>​{{ :​d2:​d2-135:​d2-135-side-panel-f-for-freq.jpg?​nolink&​700 |}}</​imgcaption>​
  
 The feedback loop is defined by the Gain vs. Frequency plot shown above. ƒ<​sub>​I</​sub>,​ ƒ<​sub>​D</​sub>​ and ƒ<​sub>​HF</​sub>​ define three corners in the transfer function. ƒ<​sub>​I</​sub>​ is the frequency where the gain switches from having integral gain to having proportional gain. ƒ<​sub>​D</​sub>​ is the frequency where the gain switches from proportional to differential. ƒ<​sub>​HF</​sub>​ is the frequency where the gain begins to fall off at high frequency. ƒ<​sub>​I</​sub>,​ ƒ<​sub>​D</​sub>,​ and ƒ<​sub>​HF</​sub>​ are each controlled by a rotary switch. The feedback loop is defined by the Gain vs. Frequency plot shown above. ƒ<​sub>​I</​sub>,​ ƒ<​sub>​D</​sub>​ and ƒ<​sub>​HF</​sub>​ define three corners in the transfer function. ƒ<​sub>​I</​sub>​ is the frequency where the gain switches from having integral gain to having proportional gain. ƒ<​sub>​D</​sub>​ is the frequency where the gain switches from proportional to differential. ƒ<​sub>​HF</​sub>​ is the frequency where the gain begins to fall off at high frequency. ƒ<​sub>​I</​sub>,​ ƒ<​sub>​D</​sub>,​ and ƒ<​sub>​HF</​sub>​ are each controlled by a rotary switch.
d2/offset_phase_lock_servo.txt · Last modified: 2020/03/05 17:51 by Michael Radunsky