Undergraduate Academic Catalog 2012-2013
ECET 4320 Active Filters
Prerequisite: ECET 2310
A study of the characteristics, analysis, and practical topologies of active filters. The state-variable and Sallen-Key topologies are emphasized. Various filter responses are studied including Butterworth, Chebyshev, Bessel, and Cauer (elliptic). Delay, sensitivity, frequency scaling, impedance scaling, determination of pole-zero locations, and transformations of transfer functions are covered. Filter synthesis by equating coefficients of applicable transfer functions is included. The design of filters using normalized tables is presented. An introduction to switched-capacitor and digital filters is also included. Laboratory investigations include proto-boarding, designing and analyzing selected practical active filters. P-Spice, Math-Cad, and computer-aided testing are utilized in conjunction with the laboratory exercises.