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Example 2.1
Let Amax equal to 1 dB in (2.7) will yield ε = 0.508. However for Amax = 3 dB, the equivalent value for ε
is 1. Check it out.
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Calculate the order, n and the frequency correction factor given that Amin = 28 dB and Amax = 3 dB. The
passband edge frequency is 2000 rs-1 and the stopband edge frequency is 6000 rs-2. The frequency
correction factor is calculated:
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ε 1/ n 0.508 1 / 5 s
$ = s( )= s=
ωp 2π .3400 24456
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A(s) = 10 log[1 + 0.259x210] = 24.5 dB
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A( jω ) = 1 + ε 2 C n2 (ω )
2
(4.9)
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1/ 2
 100.1 Amin − 1 
-1
cosh  0.1 Amax 
 10 −1
n= (4.28)
cosh -1 (Ω s )
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1/sC
Vin(s) (5.1)
1/sC + R + sL

1
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1/ 2
 100.1 Amin − 1 
-1
cosh  0.1 Amax
 10 − 1 
n=
cosh (Ω LS )
-1

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Whilst not a mistake, getting rid of the subscript b or h in the analysis will make the analysis a little clearer
i.e. sb replaced by s
s 2 + ω o2
$= (5.16)
Bs
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 − ω 2 + ω02 
jΩ = − j  
 (ω p 2 − ω p1ω 
3)
At ω = ωs2 and ω 2 o = ω s 1ω s 2
 ω ω − ωs22   ω s1 − ω s 2   ω s 2 − ω s1 
Ω Ls 2 = −  s 1 s 2  =−  = 
 (ω p 2 − ω p1 )ω s 2   (ω p 2 − ω p 1 )   (ω p 2 − ω p1 ) 
4)
At ω =ωp1 and ω 2 o = ω p1ω p 2
 ω p1ω p 2 − ω p1 2 
Ω Lp 1 = −Ω Lp 2 = −  = −1
 (ω p 2 − ω p1 )ω p1 
5)
At ω =ωp2 and ω 2 o = ω p1ω p 2
 ω p 1ω p 2 − ω p 2 2 
Ω Lp 2 = −  =1
 (ω p 2 − ω p 1 )ω p 2 
Obtain the bandpass transfer function, which will meet this specification. (Use Chebychev approximation
loss function tables).
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1 160000 s 2
H ( s) = = 4
A( s ) s + 570 s 3 + 2.95.10 6 s 2 + 7.5.10 8 s + 1.74.1012
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But substituting for v, from (6.2) in (6.3) and rearranging:
Ei
1 + s 2C1C2 R1R2 + s (C2 R2 + C2 R1 + C1 R1 − C1 R1k ) = k (6.9)
E0
k E
= 0 (6.10)
( s C1C2 R1R2 + s (C2 R2 + C 2 R1 + C1R1 − C1 R1k ) + 1 Ei
2

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To determine an expression for the passband gain G(ω0) let s = jω i.e.
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C1 R 2 2
Q=
C 2 R6 R3
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2
R2 R
Q= 2
= 2
R R
2
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s2
H (s) = −
( s 2 + 0.765s + 1)( s 2 + s1.848s + 1)
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The load impedance is ZL = VL/IL

1 + (V2 /V1 )e 2γl 


ZL =  
 IL 
Using 10.9
1 + (V2 /V1 )e 2γl 
Z L = Zo  2 γl 
(10.11a)
 1 - (V2 /V1 )e 
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Problem 2
Plot the following load impedance on a Smith chart.
(i) ZL = 12.35 + j17.59 Ω on a 50 Ω line.
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Z L (450 − j 275)
= Ω = 1 − j 0.91 Ω
Zo 300

Correct Chebychev tables

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