Need help in designing RLC circuit

Discussion in 'The Projects Forum' started by Maor, Jun 26, 2007.

  1. Maor

    Thread Starter New Member

    Jun 26, 2007

    I need to do an electronic experiment in our physics lab.
    My idea was to create a wave with RLC circuit, whice represents a function that can be describe using a fourier series.

    for example: the function f(x) = -pi/2 ( where -pi < x < 0) and pi/2 (0 < x < pi), can be describe using the fourier series (series of cos and sin functions):
    f(x) = 2(sin(x) + sin(3x)/3 + sin(5x)/5 + ...)

    I want to design RLC circuit that will show me this function on the scope.
    I believe I know how to design the function for getting the right frequencies,
    (By combining the components in parralel, so the branches' self-frequencies will be joined)

    but I do not know how to addjust the components so the ammplitude will fit.
    (in the example, the applitude for sin(x) is 2, for sin(3x) is 2/3 and so on...)

    Could you help me with this issue?

    Thanks, Maor