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StabilityMargins

StabilityMargins
is an option to frequency response plots such as BodePlot, NyquistPlot, and NicholsPlot that specifies the gain and phase margins to be shown on the plot.

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• With StabilityMargins->True, the gain and phase margins are shown on the plot, and with StabilityMargins->False they are not shown.
• StabilityMargins->{{fp, g}, {fg, p}} shows the gain margin g at the phase crossover frequency and the phase margin p at the gain crossover frequency .
• StabilityMargins->{{{fp 1, g1}, {fp 2, g2}, ...}, {{fg 1, p1}, {fg 2, p2}, ...}} shows the margins at frequencies and .
• The crossover frequencies are in radians per time unit, the gain margins are in absolute values, and the phase margins are in radians.

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Stability margins can be shown on all the frequency response plots:

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Use precomputed gain and phase margins:

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