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Design a second-order Butterworth high-pass filter with an infinite frequency gain of 0 dB and a -3 dB frequency of 5.24 kHz. (include circuit design w/ component values)

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Design a second-order all pass filter with a phase shift of 180
degrees at 5.24 kHz and a quality factor of 3. (include circuit
design w/ component values)

Design an active-RC low pass second order Butterworth filter for
a cutoff frequency of 1 kHz, and a pass band gain of 2 V/V. Use a
741 Op Amp. If using Table I, use a capacitor value of 0.1 μF for C
and C1, otherwise you may use any capacitors available in the lab.
If applicable, make an excel worksheet showing the calculations
required for the above design. Choose appropriate real
resistor values for the designed circuit and simulate this circuit...

1. Design a second-orderactive low-pass filter to amplify the
frequencies below 1 kHzwith gain of Av=150.Sketch the circuit and
determine the component values.
2.Design a second-order active high-pass filter to amplify the
frequencies above 500 Hzwith gain of Av=100.Sketch the circuit and
determine the component values.
3.Design a second-order active band-pass filter to amplify the
frequencies between 500?1000 Hz with gain of Av=200.Sketch the
circuit and determine the component values

Design a two pole low pass Butterworth active filter using a
unity gain section to achieve a 3dB frequency of 1kHz. Select the
two filter resistances as 10k (ohms) each.

Design an active high pass filter with a high frequency gain of
5 and a cutoff frequency of 2kHz. Use a 0.1 uF capacitor in your
design.

Design a Butterworth Sallen-Key Low Pass Filter with the
critical frequency, fc = 7.23 kHz. For design
simplification in RC network, assume equal value for capacitor, C =
22nF while R has a ratio, m = 2. Use the quality factor, Q value
from the Table .

Design a band-pass or band-rejection filter satisfying the
following requirements:
1-Central Frequency 10 kHz
2-Bandwidth 1 kHz
3-Gain of 20 dB or higher
and then do the hand calculations and Gain versus frequency
plots with 3 dB markdown.

To analyze and design a passive, second-order bandreject filter
using a series RLC circuit.
A bandreject filter is needed for an equalizer, a device that
allows one to select the level of amplification of sounds within a
specific frequency band while not affecting the sounds outside that
band. The filter should pass frequencies lower than 1.4 kHz and
have a resonant frequency of 3.8 kHz. A 5.0 μF capacitor
and any needed resistors and inductors are available to be used...

DESIGN:
a. Design 4-th order Butterworth low-pass ?lter with cuto?
frequency of 109 rad/s
b. Design 4-th order Chebyshev Type I low-pass ?lter with cuto?
frequency of 109 rad/s.
c. Design 4-th order Chebyshev Type II low-pass ?lter with cuto?
frequency of 109 rad/s.
d. Design 4-th order Elliptic low-pass ?lter with cuto?
frequency of 109 rad/s.

Design a high-pass filter, maximally flat lumped-element
filter having a cutoff at 4 GHz, and an attenuation of at
least 20 dB at 3.5 GHz. The characteristic impedance is 50 Ω.
(ii) Simulate your design in ADS to plot the insertion loss
versus frequency.

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