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Unformatted text preview: ECE 412 INTRODUCTION TO FILTER SYNTHESIS Quiz #3 Name (print): Hf WI (gm/C3 Problem 1 (4 points) University of Illinois at Chicago Spring 2013 UIN: 4’22 0H3 Consider the filter circuit shown below: (a) Determine the voltage gain transfer function H (s) : V2(s)/V1(s); (b) Draw the asymptotic Bode plot of H(s); (0) Determine the filter type. ‘ l E8MFIC3 6211(5) 5+,0, R4, 5+}??? £0 ’ ’ I ’66, 3 A [email protected] __/2.s></6) ; /25‘ /'25’x M23 _ 5 M5): / ) (Z) . , . \5+/2fx /0 \_ 5+/25‘ L. (C) 771/) [5 a 5am 11/06:; £léiéir DR. VAHE CALISKAN 1 of 3 Handed out: February 26, 2013 ECE 412 INTRODUCTION TO FILTER SYNTHESIS University of Illinois at Chicago Quiz #3 Spring 2013 Problem 2 (6 points) Design a filter to implement the transfer function H (3) given below. You may only use the structures shown in Table 3.4 and simple oparnp circuits (inverting amp, non-inverting amp, buffer). Start by partitioning the transfer function into subsystems. Scale the circuit such that the final capacitors are 1pF. Draw a neat final circuit showing all final component values. K, 111(3)::W A... {/ S‘I‘S‘” 9\( (>f2,g¢1>/M 3 ‘fi , . ‘ I ‘ (8+100) i SAIL/(.91; i Exec/er 13“»;fo 3. 1% ,fit/ 3. y#g PISQM’ HZ: /W) ' . . Z 3'52, 2?;1269’ 91/ 7% / 13'. 6’ a? 3 3, we 2 ’ am #4), i . - of Z. WWII-fl. 5+ 2/ pi ) §+ 22- 5 5 7” “x ‘ El 57‘1”?" 54/9; :/09{ 2,55% flZ/00’,Z2:26~4 figs/0:3: y .5» <7 Io/éfi zoo DR. VAHE CALISKAN 2 of 3 Handed out: February 26, 2013 34/5“? ifflfla) 3, 7%? ...
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