in the circuit shown in Fig. P6.1, it is given that Rl = 1. The elements L. and C2 are
to be determined such that V2/ V1 gives a Bvutterworth frequency response.
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Lab 6 Report
Jayson Asplin
EEL 4140
Due Date: 01/11/2016
I
Background
The general CGIC structure is shown in Fig. 1. By using minimum sensitivity constraints
in circuit 1, 3, 7, 10, and 12, possible sets of element values have been obtained. as shown in
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Lab 7 Report
Jayson Asplin
EEL 4140
Due Date: 15/11/2016
I
Background
In this experiment, one design method for the high-order filter is introduced: the cascade
design method. This method is commonly used because of its simplicity. It is based on cascadin
Lab 8 Report
Jayson Asplin
EEL 4140
Due Date: 22/11/2016
I
Background
The magnitude response of the low-pass Butterworth filter is expressed as:
where n is the filter order and 0 is the cutoff frequency.
Poles in the right half-plane correspond to an unst
Lab 4 Report
Jayson Asplin
EEL 4140
Due Date: 11/10/2016
I
Background
Another biquad, the state-variable structure, was studied in this experiment. A relatively
high quality value can be achieved in this circuit. These biquads provide flexibility, good
pe
Lab 5 Report
Jayson Asplin
EEL 4140
Due Date: 18/10/2016
I
Background
Band-pass filters find wide use in modems, radio receivers, and many systems. The
quality factor is the figure of merit for a band-pass filter. The sharper the transition from the pass
Lab 2 Report
Jayson Asplin
EEL 4140
Due Date: 13/09/2016
I.
Background
The transfer function can be expressed as: T(s) =Y(s)/X(s), where Y(s) = am*(s-z1)(s-z2)
(s-zm) and X(s) = (s-p1)(s-p2)(s-pn). The zeros, z1, z2, zm, and the poles p1, p2, pn, can be
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Lab 3 Report
Jayson Asplin
EEL 4140
Due Date: 27/09/2016
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Background
Sallen and Key proposed a class of circuits in 1955, named the class of circuits after
themselves. The circuit incorporates a single amplifier embedded in a passive RC network to
genera
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and determine expressions for Q and too. From this information, determine the sensi-
tivity functions S where _Y = Q, mo, and x = L, C, RI and R2.
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(5 -C @) transfer functions. In making the plot, it is useful to make use of four- or ve-cycle
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Lab 1 Report
Jayson Asplin
EEL 4140
Due Date: 13/09/2016
I.
Background
In a single Op Amp (OA) amplifier, the input and output resistances are assumed to be
infinite and zero, respectively. The cutoff frequency is inversely proportional to the gain of the