Electronic Filter Simulation & Design

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jun 4, 2007 - Electric filters - 606 pages
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Utilize Powerful New Simulation Methods to Optimize Filter Design!

Electronic Filter Simulation and Design shows you how to apply simulation methods and commercially available software to catch errors early in the design stage and streamline your design process.

Using 150 detailed illustrations, this hands-on resource examines cutting-edge simulation methods for lumped passive filters…active RC filters…low-pass and band-stop distributed filters…high-pass and band-pass distributed filters…high-frequency filters…discrete time filters…and much more. The book also contains a skills-building CD with files for major case studies covered in the text, together with demo versions of Mathcad and SIMetrix, so that you can work the examples and adapt them to their own projects. Electronic Filter Simulation and Design features:

  • A wealth of synthesis procedures for design
  • Expert guidance on filter verification via simulation
  • The latest design techniques for high-frequency filters A valuable CD with files for major case studies from the book, plus demo versions of Mathcad and SIMetrix for adapting them

Inside this Time-Saving Filter Simulation and Design Guide

• Basic Concepts • Lumped Passive Filters • Active RC Filters • Transmission Lines • Low-Pass and Band-Stop Distributed Filters • High-Pass and Band-Pass Distributed Filters • Special Designs of High Frequency Filters • Discrete Time Filters • Waveguide Filters • Appendixes

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Contents

Contents
References 51
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Active RC Filters 135
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About the author (2007)

Giovanni Bianchi (is a senior microwave engineer at SDSTechnology. He has served as a reviewer for IEEE Microwave and GuidedWave Letter since 1995, is a reviewer for IEEE Microwave magazine, andholds six PLL-related patents.

Roberto Sorrentino is afull professor of electrical engineering at the University of Perugia. Hehas authored or coauthored more than 200 technical papers and abook on advanced modal analysis.

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