# Electronics and Communication Engineering - Automatic Control Systems - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Automatic Control Systems - Section 1 (Q.No. 4)

4.

Whether a linear system is stable or unstable that it

Answer: Option

Explanation:

Stability is a property of the system only.

Discussion:

6 comments Page 1 of 1.
Jiju said:
2 years ago

Thanks all for giving explanations.

Anargul said:
6 years ago

I think for a system to be stable it must be;

1) BIBO Stable i.e. bounded input will produce bounded output.

2) Asymptotic Stable and these two properties depend upon a system only not upon input function. So the option A is correct.

1) BIBO Stable i.e. bounded input will produce bounded output.

2) Asymptotic Stable and these two properties depend upon a system only not upon input function. So the option A is correct.

Deepak kumar chourasia said:
6 years ago

I think the answer for that given question is an option is correct because for the system to be stable and linear, the input signal is very important and the system depends on the input.

Vicky said:
7 years ago

Stability only depends on bounded input and asymptotic stability.

Sazuddin said:
8 years ago

I think answer C is correct because system stability also depends on input in terms of phase and gain margin if you increase phase or gain from the calculated margin than the system will move toward instability.

Harsh said:
9 years ago

Why stability depends on system property?

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