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Design of Analog Filters

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Couverture de l’ouvrage Design of Analog Filters
The text is an extensive revision of Mac Van Valkenburg's classic book, Analog Filter Design. Design of Analog Filters builds on the practical presentation and style of its predecessor, updating it to meet the needs of today's engineering students. Theory and design are integrated throughout the text, providing a pratical-how to approach to modern analog filter design. Computer tools (MATLAB and Electronics Workbench SPICE simulator) are used consistently to minimize alegbraic and other computational needs, and to simulate "real" experimental performance and point out practical behavior. Sample design tables and design and performance curves are provided. The test is intended for senior level students in electrical engineering. Schaumann was formerly Department Head at the University of Minnesota before moving to Portland State and is a former student and colleague of Mac Van Valkenburg, who passed away in 1997.
Preface, 1: Introduction, 1.1: Fundamentals, 1.2: Types of Filters and Descriptive Terminology, 1.4: Why We Use Analog Filters, Problems, 2: Operational Amplifiers, 2.1: Operational Amplifier Models, 2.2: Op-Amp Slew Rate, 2.3: The Operational Amplifier with Resistive Feedback-Non-Inverting and Inverting Amplifiers, 2.4: Analysis Op-Amp Circuits, 2.5: Block Diagrams and Feedback, 2.6: The Voltage Follower, 2.7: Addition and Subtraction, 2.8: Applications of Op-Amp Resistor Circuits, Problems, 3: First-Order Filters: Bilinear Transfer Functions and Frequency Response, 3.1: Bilinear Transfer Functions and Its Parts, 3.2: Realization with Passive Elements, 3.3: Bode Plots, 3.4: Active Realizations, 3.5: The Effect of A(s), 3.6: Cascade Design, 3.8: And Now Design, Problems, 4: Second-Order Lowpass and Bandpass Filters, 4.1: Design Parameters - Q and W, 4.2: The Second-Order Circuits, 4.3: Frequency Response of Lowpass and Bandpass Circuits, 4.4: Integrators -- The Effects of A(s), 4.5: Other Biquads, Problems, 5: Second-Order Filters with Arbitrary Transmission Zeroes, 5.1: Using Summing, 5.2: By Voltage FeedForward, 5.3: Cascade Design Revisited, Problems, 6: Lowpass Filters with Maximally Flat Magnitude, 6.1: The Ideal Lowpass Filter, 6.2: Butterworth Response, 6.3: Butterworth Pole Locations, 6.4: Lowpass Filter Specifications, 6.5: Arbitrary Transmission Zeroes, Problems, 7: Lowpass Filters with Maximally Flat Magnitude, 7.1: Lissajou Figures, 7.2: The Chebyshev Magnitude Response, 7.3: Location of Chebyshev Poles, 7.4: Comparison of Maximally Flat and Equal-Ripple Responses, 7.5: Chebyshev Filter Design, Problems, 8: Inverse Chebyshev and Cauer Filters, 8.1: The Inverse Chebyshev Response, 8.2: From Specifications to Pole and Zero Locations, 8.3: Cauer Magnitude Response, 8.4: Chebyshev Rational Functions, 8.5: Cauer Filter Design, 8.6: Comparison of the Classical Filter Responses, Problems, 9: Frequency Transmission, 9.1: Lowpass-to-Highpass Transformation, 9.2: Lowpass-to-Highpass Transformation, 9.3: Lowpass-to-Band-Elimination Transformation, 9.4: Lowpass-to-Multiple Passband Transformation, 9.5: The Foster Reactance Function, Problems, 10: Delay Filters, 10.1: Time Delay and Transfer Functions, 10.2: Bessel-Thomson Response, 10.3: Bessel Polynomials, 10.4: Further Comparisons of Responses, 10.5: Design of Bessel-Thomson Filters, 10.6: Equal-Ripple Delay Response, 10.7: Approxmating an Ideal Delay Function, 10.8: Improving High-Frequency Attenuation Generating Gain Boosts, Problems, 11: Delay Equalization, 11.1: Equalization Procedures, 11.2: Equalization with First-Order Modules, 11.3: Equalization with Second-Order Modules, 11.4: Estimating the Number of Sections Needed for Equalization, Problems, 12: Sensitivity, 12.1: Definition of Bode Sensitivity, 12.2: Second-Order Sections, 12.3: High-Order Filters, Problems, 13: LC Ladder Filters, 13.1: Some Properties of Lossless Ladders, 13.2: A Synthesis Strategy, 13.3: Tables for Other Responses, 13.4: General Ladder Design Methods, 13.5: Frequency Transformation, 13.6: Design of Passive Equalizers, Problems, 14: Ladder Simulations by Element Replacement, 14.1: The General Impedance Converter, 14.2: Optimal Design of the GIC, 14.3: Realizing Simple Ladders, 14.4: Gorski-Popiel's Embedding Technique, 14.5: Bruton's FDNR Technique, 14.6: Creativing Negative Components, Problems, 15: Operational Simulations of Ladders, 15.1: Simulation of Lowpass Ladder, 15.2: Design of General Ladders, 15.3: Bandpass Ladders, Problems, 16: Oscillators, 16.1: Unintentional Oscillators, 16.2: The Oscillator Feedback Loop, 16.3: Automatic Gain Control, 16.4: The Wein Bridge Oscillator, 16.5: The RC Phase Shift Oscillator, 16.6: The Active-Bandpass-Filter Oscillator, Problems, 17: Transconductance-C Filters, 17.1: Transconducting Cells, 17.2: Elementary Transconductor Building Blocks, 17.3: First- and Second-Order Filters, 17.4: High-Order Filters, 17.5: Automatic Tuning, Problems, 18: Switched-Capacitor Filters, 18.1: The Moss Switch, 18.2: The Switched Capacitor, 18.3: First-Order Building Blocks, 18.4: Second-Order Building Blocks, 18.5: Sampled-Data Operation, 18.6: Switched-Capacitor First- and Second-Order Sections, 18.7: The Bilinear Transformation, 18.8: Design of Switched-Capacitor Cascade Filters, 18.9: Design of Switched-Capacitor Ladder Filters, Problems, References, Appendices, A1: Introduction to MATLAB, A2: Introduction to Electronics Workbench
  • Emphasizes intuitive understanding, a 'feel' for analog circuit behaviour
  • Goes beyond the simple treatment of filters built with opamps and discusses the much more modern filter design based on transconductances
  • Presentation is kept as 'intuitive' as possible, mathematical needs are minimized
  • All filter circuits are tried and proven practical designs. Practicality with real components (especially real opamps) is emphasized throughout. Designs are based on actual commerical opamps starting from real data sheets.
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