Electronis Discussion
0 votes
15 views

The electrical system shown in the figure converts input source current $i_{s}(t)$ to output voltage $v_{o}(t)$

Current i $i_{L}(t)$ in the inductor and voltage $v_{c}(t)$ across the capacitor are taken as the state variables, both assumed to be initially equal to zero, i.e., $i_{L}(0) =0$ and $v_{c}(0)=0$. The system is

  1. completely state controllable as well as completely observable
  2. completely state controllable but not observable
  3. completely observable but not state controllable
  4. neither state controllable nor observable
in Others by (4.4k points)
edited by | 15 views

Please log in or register to answer this question.

Answer:
Welcome to GO Electronics, where you can ask questions and receive answers from other members of the community.
1,174 questions
78 answers
11 comments
43,917 users