- 15.15.1: a) Using the circuit in Fig. 15.1, design a low-pass filter with a ...
- 15.15.2: a) Using only three components from Appendix H, design a low-pass f...
- 15.15.3: Design an op amp-based low-pass filter with a cutoff frequency of 2...
- 15.15.4: The input to the low-pass filter designed in 15.3 is 3.5 cos t V. a...
- 15.15.5: Find the transfer function vo/v1 for the circuit shown in Fig. P15....
- 15.15.6: a) Use the results of 15.5 to find the transfer function of the cir...
- 15.15.7: Repeat 15.6, using the circuit shown in Fig. P15.7.
- 15.15.8: a) Use the circuit in Fig. 15.4 to design a high-pass filter with a...
- 15.15.9: Using only three components from Appendix H, design a high-pass fil...
- 15.15.10: Design an op amp-based high-pass filter with a cutoff frequency of ...
- 15.15.11: The input to the high-pass filter designed in 15.10 is 2.5 cos t V....
- 15.15.12: The voltage transfer function for either high-pass prototype filter...
- 15.15.13: The voltage transfer function of either low-pass prototype filter s...
- 15.15.14: The voltage transfer function of the prototype bandpass filter show...
- 15.15.15: a) Specify the component values for the prototype passive bandpass ...
- 15.15.16: An alternative to the prototype bandpass filter illustrated in Fig....
- 15.15.17: The passive bandpass filter illustrated in Fig. 14.22 has two proto...
- 15.15.18: The passive bandreject filter illustrated in Fig. 14.28(a) has the ...
- 15.15.19: 9 The transfer function for the bandreject filter shown in Fig. 14....
- 15.15.20: Show that the observation made in 15.19 with respect to the transfe...
- 15.15.21: The two prototype versions of the passive bandreject filter shown i...
- 15.15.22: The circuit in Fig. P9.24 is scaled so that the 200 resistor is rep...
- 15.15.23: Scale the inductor and capacitor in Fig. P9.66 so that the magnitud...
- 15.15.24: Scale the bandpass filter in 14.18 so that the center frequency is ...
- 15.15.25: Scale the bandreject filter in 14.38 to get a center frequency of 1...
- 15.15.26: a) Show that if the low-pass filter circuit illustrated in Fig. 15....
- 15.15.27: a) Show that if the high-pass filter illustrated in Fig. 15.4 is sc...
- 15.15.28: Using capacitors, design an active broadband first-order bandpass f...
- 15.15.29: a) Using capacitors, design an active broadband first-order bandrej...
- 15.15.30: Design a unity-gain bandpass filter, using a cascade connection, to...
- 15.15.31: Design a parallel bandreject filter with a center frequency of , a ...
- 15.15.32: Show that the circuit in Fig. P15.32 behaves as a bandpass filter. ...
- 15.15.33: For circuits consisting of resistors, capacitors, inductors, and op...
- 15.15.34: a) Determine the order of a low-pass Butterworth filter that has a ...
- 15.15.35: The circuit in Fig. 15.21 has the transfer function given by Eq. 15...
- 15.15.36: a) Write the transfer function for the prototype low-pass Butterwor...
- 15.15.37: a) Using resistors and ideal op amps, design a circuit that will im...
- 15.15.38: The purpose of this problem is to illustrate the advantage of an nt...
- 15.15.39: Verify the entries in Table 15.1 for and n = 6.
- 15.15.40: The circuit in Fig. 15.25 has the transfer function given by Eq. 15...
- 15.15.41: a) Using 8 k resistors and ideal op amps, design a high-pass unity-...
- 15.15.42: a) Using 250 nF capacitors and ideal op amps, design a low-pass uni...
- 15.15.43: The high-pass filter designed in 15.41 is cascaded with the low-pas...
- 15.15.44: a) Design a broadband Butterworth bandpass filter with a lower cuto...
- 15.15.45: a) Derive the expression for the scaled transfer function for the f...
- 15.15.46: Derive the prototype transfer function for a fifthorder high-pass B...
- 15.15.47: The fifth-order Butterworth filter in 15.46 is used in a system whe...
- 15.15.48: 8 Show that if and in the circuit in Fig. 15.26, the prototype valu...
- 15.15.49: a) Use 20 nF capacitors in the circuit in Fig. 15.26 to design a ba...
- 15.15.50: The purpose of this problem is to guide you through the analysis ne...
- 15.15.51: Assume the circuit analyzed in 15.50 is part of a third-order low-p...
- 15.15.52: Interchange the Rs and Cs in the circuit in Fig. P15.50; that is, r...
- 15.15.53: a) Use the circuits analyzed in 15.50 and 15.52 to implement a broa...
- 15.15.54: a) Derive the transfer function for the bandreject filter described...
- 15.15.55: The purpose of this problem is to develop the design equations for ...
- 15.15.56: The fourth-order low-pass unity-gain Butterworth filter in 15.55 is...
- 15.15.57: Interchange the Rs and Cs in the circuit in Fig. P15.55, that is, r...
- 15.15.58: a) The circuit in 15.57 is used in a thirdorder high-pass unity-gai...
- 15.15.59: a) Show that the transfer function for a prototype narrow band band...
- 15.15.60: a) Using the circuit shown in Fig. 15.29, design a narrow-band band...
- 15.15.61: Using the circuit in Fig. 15.32(a) design a volume control circuit ...
- 15.15.62: Use the circuit in Fig. 15.32(a) to design a bass volume control ci...
- 15.15.63: Plot the maximum gain in decibels versus a when =0 for the circuit ...
- 15.15.64: a) Show that the circuits in Fig. P15.64(a)and (b) are equivalent. ...
- 15.15.65: An engineering project manager has received a proposal from a subor...
- 15.15.66: In the circuit of Fig. P15.65 the component values are R1=R2 = 20 k...
- 15.15.67: Using the component values given in 15.66, plot the maximum gain in...

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