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Unformatted text preview: UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering EEN 204 Name: Section: Date: EXPERIMENT 6 A LABORATORY DESIGN EXPERIMENT Band pass Filter Design PURPOSE: The purpose of this lab is to design, simulate, build and test a simple band pass filter using passive components. The experiment is designed to provide the student with skills associated with preparing and executing a design oriented problem with minimum supervision. Introduction A filter network is generally designed to pass signals in a specific frequency range (pass band) and reject or attenuate signals whose frequency spectrum is outside the pass band (stop band). Ideally, we would like to have a filter pass frequencies in the range HI LO and completely reject frequencies that are outside this band. However it is not possible to design such a filter with linear circuit elements such as capacitors and resistors. The characteristics of an ideal (solid) and typical (dashed) band pass filter are given in Fig. (1). Figure 1. Band-pass filter characteristics (frequency response). The frequency response of a band-pass filter can be characterized by the following measures. The center frequency of the filter. This is the frequency at which the maximum amplitude EEN 204 Laboratory 1 EXPERIMENT 6 G(j ) LO HI 1 0.707 occurs. The upper and lower break frequencies or the occurs....
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