57 from ch 13 MCQs - Making sense of EE - MCQ Chapter 13...

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Chapter 13 Filters and transfer functions Typical MCQ’s Given the circuit diagram, determine the type of passive filter Given the circuit diagram, determine the type of active filter Given the circuit diagram, calculate the transfer function of a passive filter (either at the given frequency or determine the cutoff frequency) Given the circuit diagram, calculate the transfer function of an active filter (either at the given frequency or determine the cutoff frequency) Concepts & Strategies Passive filters contain only resistors, inductors and/or capacitors; in this course, we consider filters where all elements are connected in series: they can be reduced to voltage dividers. Active filters contain Op Amps (with power supplies) in addition to resistors, inductors and/or capacitors; in this course, we consider circuits that can be reduced to inverting amplifiers. Transfer function H " ( ) = V output ( ) V input ( ) is defined as the ratio of the sinusoidal output voltage to the sinusoidal input voltage (both voltages are at the same
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This note was uploaded on 12/06/2010 for the course EECS 314 taught by Professor Ganago during the Spring '07 term at University of Michigan.

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57 from ch 13 MCQs - Making sense of EE - MCQ Chapter 13...

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