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### Lab06

Course: EE 20N, Spring 2012
School: Berkeley
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UITARS G , D RUMS , AND C OMB F ILTERS Electrical Engineering 20N Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences University of California, Berkeley 6 H SIN -I L IU , J ONATHAN K OTKER , A NDREW L EE , H OWARD L EI , AND B ABAK AYAZIFAR 1 Introduction In this lab, we will explore further applications of the filters that we have seen so far in lectures, discussion sections, and previous lab...

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