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Informe Previo N1 (EE443-N)

Circuitos Sintonizados y Transformadores de Redes Selectivas


Juan Carlos Ticse Veraste ui! "ticsev#uni$%e
RESUMEN: Esta experiencia de laboratorio consiste en analizar y comparar valores obtenidos en un circuito sintonizador real con uno terico. PALABRAS CLAVE: transistores. Sintonizados, tanque, resonancia,

I$ &'N()*+NT, T+,RIC, -os circuitos sintonizados est.n formados %or elementos reactivos! inductancias! condensadores! l/neas de ener /a! cristales %iezoel0ctricos! etc$ y se utilizan en los rece%tores y trasmisores$ 'na a%licaci1n t/%ica es en las eta%as de radiofrecuencia de am%lificaci1n donde se 2uiere 2ue el circuito am%lifi2ue solamente una 3anda de frecuencias$ ) las inductancias y condensadores est.n asociadas resistencias 2ue se de3en a la resistencia o4micas en las 3o3inas y %0rdidas diel0ctricas en los condensadores 2ue se 4acen m.s evidentes a altas frecuencias$ Podemos modelarlos su%oniendo 2ue son elementos ideales! reactivos %uros! con una resistencia 2ue %odemos asociar en %aralelo! en serie o en am3os$ Por e"em%lo5 a) c)

+n el circuito -C 4ay una frecuencia %ara la cual se %roduce un fen1meno de resonancia el0ctrica! a la cual se llama frecuencia de resonancia! %ara la cual la reactancia inductiva (%arte ima inaria de la im%edancia de la 3o3ina) es i ual a la reactancia ca%acitiva (%arte ima inaria de la im%edancia del condensador)$ Por lo tanto! la im%edancia ser. m/nima e i ual a la resistencia 14mica$ Sea el circuito un R-C %aralelo o serie la frecuencia de resonancia estar. dada %or5

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