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629 In the lter circuit shown in Figure P628, derive
the equation for the voltage transfer function in standard form Then, if Rs = 500 r = 121278 Mrad/s L = 01 H determine the cutoff frequencies, bandwidth, and Q RL = 5 k C = 68 nF
Determine: a An expression for the voltage transfer function: Vo (j ) HV (j ) = Vi (j ) b The resonant frequency c The cutoff frequencies d The magnitude of the voltage transfer function (gain) at the two cutoff frequencies and the resonant frequency e The bandwidth and Q f The magnitude of the voltage transfer function at high, resonant, and low frequencies without using the expression above
633 In the lter circuit shown in Figure P628, derive
the equation for the voltage transfer function in
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standard form Then, if Rs = 500 r = 121278 Mrad/s L = 01 H determine the cutoff frequencies, bandwidth, and Q RL = 1 k C = 470 nF
637 The circuit of Figure P637 is representative of an
ampli er speaker connection The crossover circuit ( lter) is a low-pass lter that is connected to a woofer The lter s topography is known as a network a Find the frequency response Vo (j )/VS (j ) b If C1 = C2 = C, RS = RL = 600 , and 1/ LC = R/L = 1/RC = 2,000 , plot |Vo (j )/VS (j )| in dB versus frequency (logarithmic scale) in the range 100 Hz f 10,000 Hz
634 In the lter circuit shown in Figure P628, derive
the equation for the voltage transfer function in standard form Then, if Rs = 22 k C = 2 nF RL = 600 L = 2 H r = 25 Mrad/s
determine the cutoff frequencies, bandwidth, and Q
635 A 60 Hz notch lter was discussed in Focus on
Measurements: AC Line Interference Filter If the inductor has a 02- series resistance, and the capacitor has a 10-M parallel resistance, a What is the impedance of the nonideal notch lter at 60 Hz b How much of the 60-Hz interference signal will appear at VL
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Speaker
636 It is very common to see interference caused by the
power lines, at a frequency of 60 Hz This problem outlines the design of a notch lter, shown in Figure P636, to reject a band of frequencies around 60 Hz a Write the impedance function for the lter of Figure P636 (the resistor rL represents the internal resistance of a practical inductor) b For what value of C will the center frequency of the lter equal 60 Hz if L = 100 mH and rL = 5 c Would the sharpness, or selectivity, of the lter increase or decrease if rL were to increase d Assume that the lter is used to eliminate the 60-Hz noise from a signal generator with output frequency of 1 kHz Evaluate the frequency response VL (j )/Vin (j ) at both frequencies if: vg (t) = sin(2 1,000t) V vn (t) = 3 sin(2 60t) rg = 50 RL = 300
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638 The lter of the circuit of Figure P638 is a
high-pass lter that may be used to pass signals to the tweeter portion of a speaker a Find the frequency response Vo (j )/VS (j ) b If L1 = L2 = L, RS = RL = 600 , and 1/ LC = R/L = 1/RC = 2,000 , plot |Vo (j )/VS (j )| in dB versus frequency (logarithmic scale) in the range 100 Hz f 10,000 Hz
and if L and C are as in part b e Plot the magnitude frequency response |VL (j )/Vin (j )| in dB versus log(j ), and indicate the value of |VL (j )/Vin (j )|dB at the frequencies 60 Hz and 1,000 Hz on your plot
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639 The circuit of Figure P639 is representative of an
ampli er speaker connection (see the left side of Figure P639) The crossover circuit ( lter) is a high-pass lter that is connected to a tweeter The lter s topography is known as a T network a Find the frequency response Vo (j )/VS (j )
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