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Design a 2nd order high pass Butterworth for fo=3kHz. Determine the sensitivity of the frequency and Q parameters to component variations in your design.

Answer #1

Solution:

R_{f}= 5.860 kohm

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C1
. The 3 dB cutoff shall be 500 KHz.
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