Design of active filter systems using parameter plane techniques.
Funk, Ronald Clement
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Since parameter planes were introduced, considerable investigation has been conducted in proving that the results obtained by this method are in agreement with those obtained from various other proven techniques. Research undertaken in this paper illustrates methods by which parameter planes are useful in the design of electrical networks. The investigations were conducted on an active parallel-T filter, in which the utilization of the constant bandwidth curves are beneficial, and the high Q double tuned filter, where constant zeta curves aided in the design.
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