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time 4 some upgrade, Hello friends, I would like 2 tweach my bridge inverter to pure sine wave, I waz thinking, from my sg3524n ic, send the signals to a second order lpf I made with lm324, then send d signal. to a pulse transformer Wired in bridge before switching d power FETs. I will switch the pulse transformer with d882 as d low (...)
1) Sure, but it also depends on your intended bandwidth, easiest would be a second-order (LC) low-pass filter. 2) You want a commercial software (ADS, AWR etc.)? Or free (e.g, )
SingerX, at first, here are some basics on Butterworth approximation: 1.) For comparison, you need the n-th order lowpass function (normalization Ω=ω/ωc, ωc=3dB cut-off): A(jΩ)=ao 2.) The MAGNITUDE function for a Butterworth approximation (n-th order
what is the equation for the second-order lpf? Different, depending on the pole Q. But always spanning 0 to -180 degeree.
Hi Guys, I have a RC lpf filter with fc=15.9KHz (R=10K and C=1nF). When I cascaded such two filters to form a second order filter and did an AC sweep, I got the new fc around 6KHz. But if I refer the formula for the fc of a second order filler with R1=R2 and C1=C2, I should get the same fc (i.e 15.9KHz). (...)
I designed a low pass filter as per the circuit given in but the signal output is not coming correctly. For a sine wave input it gives out 3/4 of positive half correctly but the negative half of the sine wave is distorted and I do not know
hi all In a PLL lpf filter, I am not able to achieve the required phase margin. I am using a second order passive filter. How can I improve my phase error. I can afford a max of 2 degrees but it is more than 30 degrees phase error? Please reply
1. Any suggestions on a multiplier free lpf implementation? Even if you manage to build a multiplierless lpf it is very likely that it won't have good performance. 2. Will a CIC work for the second stage also? It may or may not depending on bandwidth of the signal of interest. You may end up with a situation when the (...)
Hi, guys, If we already have the parameters for passive third-order lpf, how to calculate the natural frequency and damping factor? we can find the equations to get these for second-order lpf. but I do not know how to get those for third-order passive lpf. thanks.
Notice that the Filter Solution frequency units are radians/second.
Hi all, I am designing this class D amplifier-closed loop. I used the normal PWM, output stage, lpf, feedback circuit and second order integrator. I found the the third order harmonic is very high. THe fundamental peak is around 40db adn the third harmonic is around 2dB. Is there some ways to reduce this harmonics? (...)
There are two second order effects to keep in mind. 1. Parasitic capacitances in the wiring and the buffer input and output. These will change the frequency response. As an example, your 1 pF series input capacitor will form a voltage divider with the several pF wiring capacitance and buffer input capacitance to reduce the gain. 2. The or