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Right half plane zero and right half plane pole??????

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What is the efect of the rhp pole and a rhp zero on the frequency response of the system......Pls clarify my doubt .
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A right half plane zero only change the gain of the system. A rhp pole will cause the system unstable because it amplifies high frequency noise.
 

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right half pole lends instability to the system.. a nonminimum phase system has either poles or zeros outside s=0..
 

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I think i got the answer it will act as a left half plane pole in terms of phase response and left half plane zero in terms of magnitude response
 

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