SELECTING THE RESPONSE CHARACTERISTIC


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SELECTING THE RESPONSE CHARACTERISTIC
1010503SELECTING THE RESPONSE CHARACTERISTIC
<emphasis role="italic"><emphasis role="bold">FREQUENCY-RESPONSE NORMALIZATION</emphasis></emphasis> Several parameters are used to characterize a filter’s performance. The most commonly specified requirement is frequency response. When given a frequency-response specification, the engineer must select a filter design that meets these requirements. This is accomplished by transforming the required response to a normalized low-pass specification having a cutoff of 1 rad/s. This no…
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Arthur B. Williams; Fred J. Taylor: Electronic Filter Design Handbook, Fourth Edition. SELECTING THE RESPONSE CHARACTERISTIC, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2006), AccessEngineering Export