Using C 210 nF capacitor and other required capacitors, resistors, and ideal op amps, design a...
Problem 15 15 of 21 > A Review Constants Using 2.7 K resistors and ideal op amps, design a circuit that will implement the low-pass Butterworth filter having a cutoll frequency of 600 Hz and the gain of no more than-32 dB at 2500 Hz. The gain in the passband is one Part A Determine the order of the low-pass Butterworth filter with given filter specifications. Express your answer as an integer. IVO AX t ? 11 = Submit Request...
Problem 4. (6 marks) You are required to design a third-order Butterworth bandpass filter using ideal operational (6) Passband gain of 12 dB. (i) Lower cutoff frequency, f 6000 Hz. (ii) Upper cutoff frequency, u 12000 Hz. You are constrained to using 1 k? resistors in the lowpass filter and 10 nF capacitors in the highpass filter. Sketch the overall schematic design of your filter with all component values clearly labelled. You must show all of your work in obtaining...
Design a second-order Butterworth low-pass filter to satisfy the specifications a. The dc gain is unity (zero dB); b. The gain is no smaller than -1 dB for frequencies between 0 and 2,000 Hz; and c. The gain is no larger than -40 dB for frequencies larger than 40 kHz. Determine a circuit realization as a series RLC low-pass filter. Pick reasonable values of R, L, and C. Design a second-order Butterworth low-pass filter to satisfy the specifications a. The...
Design a low-pass Butterworth filter of the lowest order possible that has a cutoff frequency of 100 kHz and a no more then -30 dB at 600kHz. Use as many 50Ω resistors as possible. Draw the circuit.
Part B Using C = 26 nF capacitors, design an active broadband first-order bandreject filter with a lower cutoff frequency of 400 Hz, an upper cutoff frequency of 4000 Hz, and a passband gain of 0 dB. Determine value of resistance in the high-pass filter RH. Express your answer to three significant figures and include the appropriate units. RH = Value Units Submit Request Answer Part C Determine value of resistance in the low-pass filter RL Express your answer to...
DESIGN PROBLEM MULTISIN 14.20 Use a 5 nF capacitor to design a series RLC band- pass filter, as shown at the top of Fig. 14.27. The cen- PSPICE ter frequency of the filter is 8 kHz, and the quality factor is 2. a) Specify the values of R and L. b) What is the lower cutoff frequency in kilohertz? c) What is the upper cutoff frequency in kilohertz? d) What is the bandwidth of the filter in kilohertz? p rin...
200 HZ. 6.25) Design a cascading LC low-pass filter with maxi- mally flat magnitude response. Use a passband of 0 to 5 kHz with 5 kHz cutoff frequency and filter to attenuate all frequencies at and above 10 kHz by at least 30 dB. Use R R1 = 50 2 200 HZ. 6.25) Design a cascading LC low-pass filter with maxi- mally flat magnitude response. Use a passband of 0 to 5 kHz with 5 kHz cutoff frequency and filter...
Using the windowing functions discussed in class, design a low-pass FIR filter with a cutoff frequency of 2 kHz, a minimum stop band attenuation of 40 dB, and a transition width of 200Hz. The sampling frequency is 10kHz. 1. Using the windowing functions discussed in class, design a low-pass FIR filter with a cutoff frequency of 2 kHz, a minimum stop band attenuation of 40 dB, and a transition width of 200 Hz. The sampling frequency is 10 kHz 2....
9. Design a second-order Butterworth low-pass filter with a 0.01 ?F capacitor and a 10 knesstor that will remove any frequencies above 3 kHz. You may use other resistors, but you must use the specified capacitor and resistor (12 points).
For the low-pass filter circuit shown in Fig 2 3k Ω 200mil in out Fig 2 3.a. Use a 2.2nF capacitor to design a high-pass filter to have a cutoff frequency of Skn Draw a schematic of your design. Show all component values and voltages c. Sketch the frequency response of the voltage gain and phase shift Magnitude dB Frequency Hz Phase Frequency Hz For the low-pass filter circuit shown in Fig 2 3k Ω 200mil in out Fig 2...