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Design Calculations and Testing of Basic Filters
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Trainee Electronics Engineer, currently studying towards my degree in Electronic Engineering at the University of Hudderfsield. Completed my HND in Electrical & Electronic Engineering from Bradford College 2017. Love to try new things and build interesting projects!

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May 10, 2017 12:18

Thanks for the comments,

@richgain thanks for noticing this, this was a typo and this should have said Hz not KHz. Appropriate changes have now been made.

@Imingle, thanks for pointing out the image duplicate! The correct graph has now been placed in the low pass section.

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May 3, 2017 14:39

Excellent work.

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May 3, 2017 14:38

At the end of the low-pass filter section, it says:
From looking at the frequency response graphs and the table for the low pass filter designed, we can see that frequencies of up to 200KHz are passed and that somewhere between frequencies of 200KHz and 500KHz attenuation begins. "
I wondered if these numbers should all be Hz, rather than kHz. Apologies if I have misunderstood.

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April 27, 2017 07:46

The two charts for the low/high band pass filters show the same values.

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