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Daily Archives: 10-June-2011
Filter Design Details
During a recent circuit design review, I saw the need for a simple two-pole filter in one region of the circuit. As I thought about, this filter might be a good example to work through here in the blog. While the application is rather routine, it does illustrate the general process involved in designing one of the most common forms of a low-pass filter. Continue reading
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