Publication detail

Supplementary First-Order All-Pass Filters with Two Grounded Passive Elements Using FDCCII

METIN, B. HERENCSÁR, N. PAL, K.

Original Title

Supplementary First-Order All-Pass Filters with Two Grounded Passive Elements Using FDCCII

English Title

Supplementary First-Order All-Pass Filters with Two Grounded Passive Elements Using FDCCII

Type

journal article in Web of Science

Language

en

Original Abstract

In this study, two novel first-order all-pass filters are proposed using only one grounded resistor and one grounded capacitor along with a fully differential current conveyor (FDCCII). There is not element-matching restriction. The presented all-pass filter circuits can be made electronically tunable due to the electronic resistors. Furthermore, the presented circuits enjoy high-input impedance for easy cascadability. The theoretical results are verified with SPICE simulations.

English abstract

In this study, two novel first-order all-pass filters are proposed using only one grounded resistor and one grounded capacitor along with a fully differential current conveyor (FDCCII). There is not element-matching restriction. The presented all-pass filter circuits can be made electronically tunable due to the electronic resistors. Furthermore, the presented circuits enjoy high-input impedance for easy cascadability. The theoretical results are verified with SPICE simulations.

Keywords

Analog filter, all-pass filter, cascadable filter, high-$Q$ band-pass filter, grounded capacitor, FDCCII, MOSFET based resistors.

RIV year

2011

Released

03.06.2011

Pages from

433

Pages to

437

Pages count

5

BibTex


@article{BUT50149,
  author="Bilgin {Metin} and Norbert {Herencsár} and Kirat {Pal}",
  title="Supplementary First-Order All-Pass Filters with Two Grounded Passive Elements Using FDCCII",
  annote="In this study, two novel first-order all-pass filters are proposed using only one grounded resistor and one grounded capacitor along with a fully differential current conveyor (FDCCII). There is not element-matching restriction. The presented all-pass filter circuits can be made electronically tunable due to the electronic resistors. Furthermore, the presented circuits enjoy high-input impedance for easy cascadability. The theoretical results are verified with SPICE simulations.",
  chapter="50149",
  number="2",
  volume="20",
  year="2011",
  month="june",
  pages="433--437",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}