A lead–lag compensator is a component in a control system that improves an undesirable frequency response in a feedback and control system. Lead–lag compensators influence disciplines as varied as robotics, satellite control, automobile diagnostics, LCD displays, and laser frequency stabilization. They are an important building block in analog control systems, and can also be used in digital control.

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## Peter Ponders PID - Lead/lag closed loop control

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## What are Lead Lag Compensators? An Introduction.

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This videos covers the very basic definition of what a lead/lag compensator is. Every control system engineer should have a basic understanding of lead/lag compensators since along with PID...

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## Designing a Lead Compensator with Root Locus

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This video walks through a phase lead compensator example using the Root Locus method.

See More## Designing a Lead Compensator with Bode Plot

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This video walks through a phase lead compensator example using the Bode Plot method.

See More## Designing a Lag Compensator with Root Locus

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This video walks through a phase lag compensator example using the Root Locus method.

See More## Designing a Lag Compensator with Bode Plot

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This video walks through a phase lag compensator example using the Bode Plot method.

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