Summary: Modern Design of Filters builds on the practical presentation and style of Mac Van Valkenburg's classic text, Analog Filter Design. Updated to meet the needs of today's engineering students, this text provides a practical how-to approach to modern filters. Theory and design are integrated thoughout the text. Computer tools are used consistently to minimize algebraic and other computational needs (MatLab), and to simulate "real" experimental performance and
point out practical behavior (Electronics Workbench). Sample design tables and design and performance curves are also provided.
Summary: Modern Design of Filters builds on the practical presentation and style of Mac Van Valkenburg's classic text, Analog Filter Design. Updated to meet the needs of today's engineering students, this text provides a practical how-to approach to modern filters. Theory and design are integrated thoughout the text. Computer tools are used consistently to minimize algebraic and other computational needs (MatLab), and to simulate "real" experimental performance and point out practical behavior (Electronics Workbench). Sample design tables and design and performance curves are also provided. ...show less
Edition/Copyright:(REV)01 Cover: Hardback Publisher:Oxford University Press Year Published: 2001 International: No
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Schaumann, Rolf : Portland State University (Emeritus)
Valkenburg, Mac E. : University of Illinois (Emeritus)
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1. Introduction 1.1. Fundamentals 1.2. Types of Filters and Descriptive Terminology 1.4. Why We Use Analog Filters
2. Operational Amplifiers 2.1. Operational Amplifier Models 2.2. Op-Amp Slew Rate 2.3. The Operational Amplifier with Resistive Feedback-Non-Inverting and Inverting Amplifiers 2.4. Analysis Op-Amp Circuits 2.5. Block Diagrams and Feedback 2.6. The Voltage Follower 2.7. Addition and Subtraction 2.8. Applications of Op-Amp Resistor Circuits
3. First-Order Filters: Bilinear Transfer Functions and Frequency Response 3.1. Bilinear Transfer Functions and Its Parts 3.2. Realization with Passive Elements 3.3. Bode Plots 3.4. Active Realizations 3.5. The Effect of A(s) 3.6. Cascade Design 3.8. And Now Design
4. Second-Order Lowpass and Bandpass Filters 4.1. Design Parameters - Q and W 4.2. The Second-Order Circuits 4.3. Frequency Response of Lowpass and Bandpass Circuits 4.4. Integrators -- The Effects of A(s) 4.5. Other Biquads
5. Second-Order Filters with Arbitrary Transmission Zeroes 5.1. Using Summing 5.2. By Voltage FeedForward 5.3. Cascade Design Revisited
6. Lowpass Filters with Maximally Flat Magnitude 6.1. The Ideal Lowpass Filter 6.2. Butterworth Response 6.3. Butterworth Pole Locations 6.4. Lowpass Filter Specifications 6.5. Arbitrary Transmission Zeroes
7. Lowpass Filters with Maximally Flat Magnitude 7.1. Lissajou Figures 7.2. The Chebyshev Magnitude Response 7.3. Location of Chebyshev Poles 7.4. Comparison of Maximally Flat and Equal-Ripple Responses 7.5. Chebyshev Filter Design
8. Inverse Chebyshev and Cauer Filters 8.1. The Inverse Chebyshev Response 8.2. From Specifications to Pole and Zero Locations 8.3. Cauer Magnitude Response 8.4. Chebyshev Rational Functions 8.5. Cauer Filter Design 8.6. Comparison of the Classical Filter Responses
9. Frequency Transmission 9.1. Lowpass-to-Highpass Transformation 9.2. Lowpass-to-Highpass Transformation 9.3. Lowpass-to-Band-Elimination Transformation 9.4. Lowpass-to-Multiple Passband Transformation 9.5. The Foster Reactance Function
10. Delay Filters 10.1. Time Delay and Transfer Functions 10.2. Bessel-Thomson Response 10.3. Bessel Polynomials 10.4. Further Comparisons of Responses 10.5. Design of Bessel-Thomson Filters 10.6. Equal-Ripple Delay Response 10.7. Approxmating an Ideal Delay Function 10.8. Improving High-Frequency Attenuation Generating Gain Boosts
11. Delay Equalization 11.1. Equalization Procedures 11.2. Equalization with First-Order Modules 11.3. Equalization with Second-Order Modules 11.4. Estimating the Number of Sections Needed for Equalization
13. LC Ladder Filters 13.1. Some Properties of Lossless Ladders 13.2. A Synthesis Strategy 13.3. Tables for Other Responses 13.4. General Ladder Design Methods 13.5. Frequency Transformation 13.6. Design of Passive Equalizers
14. Ladder Simulations by Element Replacement 14.1. The General Impedance Converter 14.2. Optimal Design of the GIC 14.3. Realizing Simple Ladders 14.4. Gorski-Popiel's Embedding Technique 14.5. Bruton's FDNR Technique 14.6. Creativing Negative Components
15. Operational Simulations of Ladders 15.1. Simulation of Lowpass Ladder 15.2. Design of General Ladders 15.3. Bandpass Ladders
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