Publication: Research - peer-review › Article in proceedings – Annual report year: 2008
A numerical design method is presented for the design of all pole band pass active-RC filters applying just one operational amplifier. The operational amplifier model used is the integrator model: ωt/s where ωt is the unity gain fre-quency. The design method is used for the design of a fourth order band pass filter with Butterworth poles applying just one operational amplifier coupled as a unity gain amplifier. The unity gain amplifiers have the advantage of providing low power consumption, yielding a large dynamic range, sometimes simplifying the amplifier design and being usable over a larger frequency range than conventional constant gain amplifiers. The Schoeffler sensitivity index is used as a basis for a practical realization of the circuit.
|Title of host publication||ICSES'08 International Conference on Signals and Electronic Systems|
|Place of Publication||Krakow|
|Pages||327 - 330|
|State||Published - 2008|
|Event||ICSES'08 International Conference og Signals and Electronic Systems - Krakov, Poland|
|Conference||ICSES'08 International Conference og Signals and Electronic Systems|
|Period||01/01/2008 → …|
|Citations||Error in DOI please contact email@example.com|
- Operational Amplifier, Band-pass, Sensitivity, Active-RC, Unity Gain, Butterworth, Schoeffler Index, Integrator Model, Numerical Design, Stability
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