Hello;
I've really been pulling my hair on this AC analysis design question, though I assure you I have put in a significant amount of effort before coming here. The attached circuit is VERY simple, so I clearly must be making the same mistake over and over.
What I've tried to do mainly is approach it like a reverse theveninequivalent problem, but instead of having to find Vo, you already have it. Then you choose a value for one of the resistors and go from there, using impedance, but I absolutely cannot get a reasonable answer (that is, POSITIVE resistances and REAL capacitance!)
I've tried nodal, thevenin, and mesh (simultaneous equations), but the latter especially went nowhere fast.
Please, anyone who can point me in a good direction for properly approaching this problem will earn a huge amount of appreciation!!!
I've really been pulling my hair on this AC analysis design question, though I assure you I have put in a significant amount of effort before coming here. The attached circuit is VERY simple, so I clearly must be making the same mistake over and over.
What I've tried to do mainly is approach it like a reverse theveninequivalent problem, but instead of having to find Vo, you already have it. Then you choose a value for one of the resistors and go from there, using impedance, but I absolutely cannot get a reasonable answer (that is, POSITIVE resistances and REAL capacitance!)
I've tried nodal, thevenin, and mesh (simultaneous equations), but the latter especially went nowhere fast.
Please, anyone who can point me in a good direction for properly approaching this problem will earn a huge amount of appreciation!!!
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