Problem 5:An RL high-pass filter is shown in the figure. Its purpose is toattenuate lower frequencies while allowing higher frequencies to pass through. A 1080-Hzsine-wave signal with rms amplitude of Vrms 1.7 V is fed into the filter. The values of thecomnonents are R-0.65 Ω and L-180 μΗ.Out~)VrmsPart (a) Find the output rms voltage, in volts.Part (b) By what angle, in degrees, does the output voltage lead the input voltage?iG&

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Problem 5:
An RL high-pass filter is shown in the figure. Its purpose is to
attenuate lower frequencies while allowing higher frequencies to pass through. A 1080-Hz
sine-wave signal with rms amplitude of Vrms 1.7 V is fed into the filter. The values of the
comnonents are R-0.65 Ω and L-180 μΗ.
Out
~)Vrms
Part (a) Find the output rms voltage, in volts.
Part (b) By what angle, in degrees, does the output voltage lead the input voltage?
iG&
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Problem 5: An RL high-pass filter is shown in the figure. Its purpose is to attenuate lower frequencies while allowing higher frequencies to pass through. A 1080-Hz sine-wave signal with rms amplitude of Vrms 1.7 V is fed into the filter. The values of the comnonents are R-0.65 Ω and L-180 μΗ. Out ~)Vrms Part (a) Find the output rms voltage, in volts. Part (b) By what angle, in degrees, does the output voltage lead the input voltage? iG&

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Part (a)

Find the expression for inductive reactance.

Substituting the values, to find the inductive reactance,

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Step 2

Find the expression for impedance of the RL circuit.

Substituting the values, to find the impedance of the circuit,

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