9780471749424

Handbook of Filter Synthesis

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  • Copyright: 2005-06-23
  • Publisher: Wiley-Interscience
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Summary

Handbook of Filter Synthesis, originally published in 1967 is the classic reference for continuous time filter design. The plots of filter behaviour for different designs, such as ripple and group delay, make this book invaluable. The discussion of how to synthesize a bandpass, bandpass, or bandstop filter from a lowpass prototype is also very useful.

Table of Contents

Filters in Electronics
1(30)
Types of Filters
1(2)
Filter Applications
3(2)
All-Pass Filters
5(1)
Properties of Lattice Filters
6(3)
Filter Building Blocks
9(8)
Higher Order Filters
17(1)
Coil-Saving Bandpass Filters
17(3)
Frequency Range of Applications
20(1)
Physical Elements of the Filter
21(1)
Active Bandpass Filters
22(1)
RC Passive and Active Filters
22(3)
Microwave Filters
25(4)
Parametric Filters
29(2)
Theory of Effective Parameters
31(29)
Power Balance
32(1)
Types of General Network Equations
33(2)
Effective Attenuation
35(1)
Reflective (Echo) Attenuation
36(1)
Transmission Function As a Function Of Frequency Parameters
37(1)
Polynomials of Transmission and Filtering Functions
38(1)
Filter Networks
39(2)
Voltage and Current Sources
41(1)
The Function D(s) As An Approximation Function
42(3)
Examples of Transmission Function Approximation
45(4)
Simplest Polynomial Filters in Algebraic Form
49(1)
Introduction To Image-Parameter Theory
50(2)
Bridge Networks
52(1)
Examples of Realization in the Bridge Form
53(1)
Hurwitz Polynomial
54(1)
The Smallest Realizable Networks
55(2)
Fourth-Order Networks
57(1)
Fifth-Order Networks
58(2)
Filter Characteristics in the Frequency Domain
60(47)
Amplitude Responses
60(1)
Phase-and Group-Delay Responses
61(1)
Group Delay of an Idealized Filter
61(1)
Group-Delay---Attenuation Relationship
61(1)
The Chebyshev Family of Response Characteristics
62(5)
Gaussian Family of Response Characteristics
67(7)
A Filter with Transitional Magnitude Characteristics
74(1)
Legendre Filters
74(2)
Minimum-Loss Characteristics
76(1)
Synchronously Tuned Filters
76(1)
Arithmetically Symmetrical Bandpass Filters
77(1)
Attenuation Characteristics of Image Parameter Filters
78(2)
Other Types of Filter Characteristics
80(1)
Plots of the Attenuation and Group Delay Characteristics
81(26)
Elliptic Functions and Elements of Realization
107(30)
Double Periodic Elliptic Functions
107(2)
Mapping of s-Plane into u-Plane
109(1)
First Basic Transformation of Elliptic Functions
110(2)
Filtering Function in z-Plane
112(2)
Graphical Representation of Parameters
114(1)
Characteristic Values of D(s)
115(1)
An Example of Filter Design
116(3)
Consideration of Losses
119(1)
Introduction of Losses by Frequency Transformation
119(1)
Highpass Filters with Losses
120(1)
Transmission Functions with Losses
121(2)
Conclusions on Consideration of Losses
123(1)
Realization Process
124(1)
Bandpass Filter with a Minimum Number of Inductors
125(2)
The Elements of a Coil-Saving Network
127(1)
Consideration of Losses in Zig-Zag Filters
128(1)
Realization Procedure
129(2)
Numerical Example of Realization
131(1)
Full and Partial Removal for a Fifth-Order Filter
132(5)
The Catalog of Normalized Lowpass Filters
137(153)
Introduction to the Catalog
137(9)
Real Part of the Driving Point Impedance
146(2)
Lowpass Filter Design
148(3)
Design of Highpass Filters
151(3)
Design of LC Bandpass Filters
154(6)
Design of Narrowband Crystal Filters
160(3)
Design of Bandstop Filters
163(5)
Catalog of Normalized Lowpass Models
168(122)
Design Techniques for Polynomial Filters
290(90)
Introduction to Tables of Normalized Element Values
290(2)
Lowpass Design Examples
292(3)
Bandpass Filter Design
295(1)
Concept of Coupling
296(2)
Coupled Resonators
298(2)
Second-Order Bandpass Filter
300(5)
Design with Tables of Predistorted k and q Parameters
305(1)
Design Examples using Tables of k and q Values
306(4)
Tables of Lowpass Element Values
310(1)
Tables of 3-dB Down k and q Values
311(69)
Filter Characteristics in the Time Domain
380(34)
Introduction to Transient Characteristics
380(1)
Time and Frequency Domains
380(3)
Information Contained in the Impulse Response
383(1)
Step Response
383(1)
Impulse Response of an Ideal Gaussian Filter
384(1)
Residue Determination
385(1)
Numerical Example
385(3)
Practical Steps in the Inverse Transformation
388(1)
Inverse Transform of Rational Spectral Functions
389(1)
Numerical Example
390(1)
Estimation Theory
391(1)
Transient Response in Highpass and Bandpass Filters
392(1)
The Exact Calculation of Transient Phenomena for Highpass Systems
393(2)
Estimate of Transient Responses in Narrowband Filters
395(2)
The Exact Transient Calculation in Narrowband Systems
397(1)
Group Delay Versus Transient Response
398(1)
Computer Determination of Filter Impulse Response
398(2)
Transient Response Curves
400(14)
Crystal Filters
414(85)
Introduction
414(1)
Crystal Structure
414(1)
Theory of Piezoelectricity
414(1)
Properties of Piezoelectric Quartz Crystals
415(6)
Classification of Crystal Filters
421(2)
Bridge Filters
423(2)
Limitation of Bridge Crystal Filters
425(2)
Spurious Response
427(1)
Circuit Analysis of a Simple Filter
428(1)
Element Values in Image-Parameter Formulation
429(2)
Ladder Filters
431(3)
Effective Attenuation of Simple Filters
434(3)
Effective Attenuation of Ladder Networks
437(2)
Ladder Versus Bridge Filters
439(1)
Practical Differential Transformer for Crystal Filters
440(3)
Design of Narrowband Filters with the Aid of Lowpass Model
443(10)
Synthesis of Ladder Single Sideband Filters
453(30)
The Synthesis of Intermediate Bandpass Filters
483(7)
Example of Band-Reject Filter
490(1)
Ladder Filters with Large Bandwidth
491(8)
Helical Filters
499(23)
Introduction
499(1)
Helical Resonators
499(6)
Filter with Helical Resonators
505(8)
Alignment of Helical Filters
513(5)
Examples of Helical Filtering
518(4)
Network Transformations
522(47)
Two-Terminal Network Transformations
522(6)
Delta-Star Transformation
528(2)
Use of Transformer in Filter Realization
530(1)
Norton's Transformation
530(6)
Applications of Mutual Inductive Coupling
536(4)
The Realization of LC Filters with Crystal Resonators
540(5)
Negative and Positive Capacitor Transformation
545(1)
Bartlett's Bisection Theorem
546(3)
Cauer's Equivalence
549(3)
Canonic Bandpass Structures
552(1)
Bandpass Ladder Filters Having a Canonical Number of Inductors without Mutual Coupling
553(6)
Impedance and Admittance Inverters
559(8)
Source and Load Transformation
567(2)
Bibliography 569(4)
Index 573

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