2013+F+314+HW+6+all (1)

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Unformatted text preview: horizontal axis should be in Hz on the logarithmic scale (see Lab book Figures 6- 16 and 6- 21) ü༏ In your MATLAB code, use the following commands: f = logspace(1,7,10000); % to set the array and semilogx(f, abs(H1LP),f, abs(H1HP),f, abs(H2LP),f, abs(H2HP)); grid; % to create the plot ü༏ The vertical axis should be linear (not in decibels); for example, see Lab book Figure 6- 16 on page 27 of Lab 6 ü༏ The transfer function curves of LP and HP filters, which are built of the same components, should overlap as in Figure 6- 20 in your Lab book ü༏ Clearly label each curve (handwritten, OK): whether it belongs to LP of HP filter, and whether the filter includes one or two capacitors. ü༏ Make sure that both the MATLAB code and MATLAB plot include your name and the date of work ü༏ Attach a printout of your MATLAB code and MATLAB plot to your HW paper Part 3 (30 points) Analyze your MATLAB plot The intersection point of the curves for LP and HP filters (which include the same components) should match their cutoff frequency. ü༏ Mark the both intersection points (for two set...
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2014 for the course EECS 314 taught by Professor Ganago during the Spring '07 term at University of Michigan.

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