The voltage v(t) = 4e^(-3t)u(t) V is applied to the input of an ideal bandpass filter with the passband 2 pi lessthanorequalto |omega| lessthanorequalto 4 pi rad/s. Calculate how much of the 1 Ohm, energy passes through the filter. The answer should be (W_1 Ohm-out/W_1 Ohm-in times 100%).

21 2 - The voltage v(t) = 4e^(-3t)u(t) V is applied to the input of an ideal bandpass filter with the passband 2 pi lessthanorequalto |omega| lessthanorequalto 4 pi rad/s. Calculate how much of the 1 Ohm, energy passes through the filter. The answer should be (W_1 Ohm-out/W_1 Ohm-in times 100%).

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images - The voltage v(t) = 4e^(-3t)u(t) V is applied to the input of an ideal bandpass filter with the passband 2 pi lessthanorequalto |omega| lessthanorequalto 4 pi rad/s. Calculate how much of the 1 Ohm, energy passes through the filter. The answer should be (W_1 Ohm-out/W_1 Ohm-in times 100%).

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