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# Figure shows three systems. System I is a control system proportional. System II is a position control system with PD control action. System III is a speed feedback position control system. Compare the unit step, unit impulse, and unit ramp responses o

Figure shows three systems. System I is a control system

proportional. System II is a position control system with PD control action.

System III is a speed feedback position control system.

Compare the unit step, unit impulse, and unit ramp responses of the three

systems. (Analytically and using Matlab's Simulink, to compare the results)

system is better with respect to speed of response and maximum overshoot in the

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