Bode plots are commonly used in the design of analog electronic filters and control systems.

Bode plots are used to analyze the frequency response of a system, which is the relationship between the input and the output of the system in the frequency domain.

By examining the frequency response of a system, engineers can determine the system’s stability, resonance frequency, and phase margin.

This information can be used to design systems with the desired response. A Bode plot is generally composed of two parts: the magnitude plot and the phase plot.