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The final attenuation slope of the response is dependent upon the order of the network. Allow yourself a small “fudge-factor” for good measure.

They come in various shapes and sizes Fig. Refer to the low-pass attenuation curves provided in order to find a response that meets the requirements of Step 1. The magnitude of the combined impedance is: First, define the bandstop requirements in terms of the low-pass attenuation curves. Today, nearly 2 billion people use mobile phones on a daily basis — not just for their voice services, but for a growing number of social and mobile, data-centric Internet applications.

Solution First evaluate the parameter: Once B sat is known for the core, it is a very simple matter to determine whether or not its use in a particular circuit application will cause it to saturate. This type of core would normally be used in broadband or low-Q transformer applications rather than in narrow-band tuned circuits. Similarly, the presentation of any comparative design information for filters, if not standardized, would be totally useless.


Use a larger diameter wire. Core Characteristics Earlier, we discussed, in general terms, the relative advantages and disadvantages of using magnetic cores. The parameter e is given by: The recent trend in resistor technology has been to eliminate or greatly reduce the stray reactances associated with resistors.

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In either case, the frequency response curves will resemble those of Fig. The first two values are worked out for you.

This, of course, leaves the potential problem of howick being able to find the ratio that you need for a particular design task.

The curve simply indicates the magnetic-flux density Circcuit that occurs in the inductor with a specific magnetic-field intensity H applied. So let’s take a quick look at a simple low-pass filter and examine its characteristics.

Carbonyl HP Excellent stability and a good 0 for lower frequency operation — to 50 kHz. Frequency response of an LC inductor-capacitor resonant circuit. Example is a practice problem for use in understanding the procedure.

Obviously, this is a physical impossibility. Use the tapped-C approach and assume that inductor 0 is at MHz.

The Q of the inductor cannot be calculated desigj the informa- tion given in Fig. Well, as we shall see later in this discussion, things aren’t always as they seem. Solution From Table 1 -1the diameter of No. Due to PC board space available, the toroid may not be any larger than 0. In fact, an average individual with abso- lutely no prior practical corcuit design experience should be able to sit down, read this chapter, and within 30 minutes be able to design a practical high-pass, low-pass, bandpass, or bandstop filter to his specifications.


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Since ferrite cores, in general, have a higher permeability than the same size powdered-iron core, a coil of a given inductance can usually be wound on a much smaller ferrite core and with fewer turns. The smaller the number, the steeper are the response skirts.

In this chapter, then, we will study several methods of matching a given source to a given load. We can use Deskgn to generate our first entry into the catalog of low-pass prototypes shown in Table In this bowivk, we will take a look at three such filters and examine their attenuation characteristics.

Obviously, all possible ratios of source to load resistance could not possibly fit on a chart of this size.

Thus, a second-order network 2 elements falls off at a final attenuation slope of 12 dB per octave, a third-order network 3 elements at the rate of 18 dB per octave, and so on, with the addition of 6 dB per octave per element. This is shown schematically in Fig.

Metalized-Film Capacitors “Metalized-film” is a broad category of capacitor encompass- ing most of the other capacitors listed previously and which we have not yet discussed.

These problems can be overcome if care is taken, in the design process, to choose cores wisely. In our case, this information was not given, so a simple calculation must be made. Thus, we can save circuit board area.