Transfer functions of the form HH s k s2 s2 o0 Q s o0 2 0 B@ 1 CA m are high-pass transfer functions. (This is not a Butterworth transfer function.) The order of this high-pass transfer function is n 2m. The pass-band gain is k. Transfer functions of the type are readily implemented using a cascade connection of identical second-order filter stages. Q is the quality factor of the secondorder filter stage. The frequency o0 is the cutoff frequency oc of the high-pass filter. Obtain the transfer function of a fourth-order high-pass filter having a cutoff frequency equal to 250 rad/s and a pass-band gain equal to 4. Use Q 1.

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