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Non-conventional Electronically Controlled Filters with OTA and CCII

Michal Olšák, Kamil Vrba, Jaroslav Koton

Originální název

Non-conventional Electronically Controlled Filters with OTA and CCII

Anglický název

Non-conventional Electronically Controlled Filters with OTA and CCII

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This paper describes a high-order electronically controlled filter structure based on transformation cells that employ OTA and CCII+ as active elements. The filter has two outputs, where low-pass and high-pass responses can coexist. The transformation cell forms the basic building block in the design of high-order filters with tunable frequency response. To confirm the theoretical analysis, the results measured for a fourth-order filter with tunable cut-off frequency in the range of 1 kHz to 1 MHz are included.

Anglický abstrakt

This paper describes a high-order electronically controlled filter structure based on transformation cells that employ OTA and CCII+ as active elements. The filter has two outputs, where low-pass and high-pass responses can coexist. The transformation cell forms the basic building block in the design of high-order filters with tunable frequency response. To confirm the theoretical analysis, the results measured for a fourth-order filter with tunable cut-off frequency in the range of 1 kHz to 1 MHz are included.

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@inproceedings{BUT15532,
  author="Michal {Olšák} and Kamil {Vrba} and Jaroslav {Koton}",
  title="Non-conventional Electronically Controlled Filters with OTA and CCII",
  annote="This paper describes a high-order electronically controlled filter structure based on transformation cells that employ OTA and CCII+ as active elements. The filter has two outputs, where low-pass and high-pass responses can coexist. The transformation cell forms the basic building block in the design of high-order filters with tunable frequency response. To confirm the theoretical analysis, the results measured for a fourth-order filter with tunable cut-off frequency in the range of 1 kHz to 1 MHz are included.",
  address="Science and Technology Society",
  booktitle=".",
  chapter="15532",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Science and Technology Society",
  number="11",
  year="2005",
  month="november",
  pages="31--34",
  publisher="Science and Technology Society",
  type="conference paper"
}