Indirect Feedback Compensation Techniques for Multi-Stage Operational Amplifiers
18 Sep 2009
Matlab simulation files for designing Two and Three-Stage Opamps using Indirect Compensation.
function a = sym2polys(p,x)
%Sym2Polys Extract the coefficients of a symbolic polynomial.
% This function is an extension of the Matlab SYM2POLY and COEFFS
% functions in that it allows the coefficients to be symbolic and
% returns the full coefficient vector including the zero coefficients.
%Usage: c = sym2polys(p,x)
% where p is the (multi) symbolic polynomial and x is the
% independent variable. If x is not specified then the variable
% alphabetically closest to x is used as the independent variable.
%Example: If p = a*b*x^3 + b*c*x + c*d
% then sym2polys(p) returns [a*b, 0, b*c, c*d]
% whereas sym2polys(p,'b') returns [a*x^3+c*x, c*d]
% Note that coeffs(p,x) returns [c*d, b*c, a*b]
%see also: sym2poly, coeffs
% Mukhtar Ullah
% September 2, 2004
if nargin == 1, x = findsym(p,1); end
[c,t] = coeffs(p,x);
i = sym2poly(sort(sum(t*(1:numel(t)).')));
a = sym(i);
a(i>0) = c(i(i>0));
if isempty(findsym(a)), a = double(a); end