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Course: EE 521, Fall 2008
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Filters, Basic Q, Parallel to Series Conversion, and Impedance Matching RC Filters RC Low Pass Filter R + Vi C Vo Vo 1 H ( ) = = Vi 1 + j RC c Cutoff Frequency c is the frequency at which | H ( ) |= 1 / 2 of the peak value For this example c = 1/ RC Note: f c = c / 2 = 1/ 2 RC In dB: 20 log(0.5) = -3.01 dB EE521 pg. 1 Basic Filters, Q, Parallel to Series Conversion, and Impedance Matching RC High Pass...

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