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Using C 210 nF capacitor and other required capacitors, resistors, and ideal op amps, design a low-pass unity-gain Butterworth filter with a cutoff frequency of 40 kHz and is down at least-55 dB at 200 kHz.
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...
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...
Learning Goal: To analyze and design a passive, first-order low- pass filter using a series RL circuit. The analysis and design will be repeated for a series RC circuit. An electrocardiogram needs to detect periodic signals of approximately 1 Hz (since the resting heart rate of a healthy adult is between 55 and 70 beats per minute). The instrument operates in an electrical environment that is very noisy with a frequency of 60 Hz. It is desirable to have a...
53. A 2- order normalized Butterworth filter can be improved by using a so-called Chebeyshev filter The 3dBNLP second order NLP Chebeyshev transfer function is: 0.5012 2 +0.6449s+0.7079 Cheb3dBNLP(s) The Chebeyshev filter has some ripple in the passband but has better roll off, more attenuation in the stop band. If one can tolerate some ripple (sort of like a bouncy car ride) in the passband Chebeyshev filters typically have lower order than Butterworth filters. But, Butterworth filters have NO ripple...
Learning Goal: To analyze and design a passive, first-order low-pass filter using a series RL circuit. The analysis and design will be repeated for a series RC circuit. An electrocardiogram needs to detect periodic signals of approximately 1 Hz (since the resting heart rate of a healthy adult is between 55 and 70 beats per minute). The instrument operates in an electrical environment that is very noisy with a frequency of 60 Hz. It is desirable to have a low-pass...
Problem 2: In the circuit shown assume the Op-Amp is ideal. A) Find vo as a function of vi and vs. B) Next assume the Op-Amp is ideal, except its low frequency gain is Ao= 100 V/V. Now find vo as a function of vi and v2. C) The Op-Amp has a terminal frequency of fi 10° Hz, find the -3 dB (corner) frequency of the output signal w2 10K
10 Design a low pass filter using a resistor R and a capacitor C of 0.2uF. Sketch the circuit diagram, mark thoe output voltage Vo, calculate the resistance value for R if 3dB frequency is 2500 Hz, and write out the voltage gain vs ω (for both magnitude and phase). Repeat the design if R is given as 30 Ohm and C is unknown.
Student number: 40252516 since its needed to solve the questions. my student number is 40252516 its needed to solve the questions. 1. Design a first order active low-pass filter with a voltage gain at low frequencies equal to (the last digit in your student number +12) and a cut-off frequency in Hz equal to your student number with the first two digits omitted. [2 marks] 2. Design a first order active high-pass filter with a voltage gain at high frequencies...
A. Design a low-pass filter (op-amp based cascade design) that meets the following (30) requirements: 1. Cutoff frequency: 3.4 KHz Passband gain: 20 dB 2. 3. Stopband gain: -40 dB/decade 4. All resistors must be 1.0 kS2 or higher. You have completed the design and implementation of the LP filter and are ready to deliver the filter for production. However, you are informed that the customer made a mistake and actually needed a stopband gain of -60 dB/decade (not-40 dB/decade...