Design and evaluation of shifted-companion-form active filters

@article{Tow1975DesignAE,
  title={Design and evaluation of shifted-companion-form active filters},
  author={James Tow},
  journal={The Bell System Technical Journal},
  year={1975},
  volume={54},
  pages={545-568}
}
  • James Tow
  • Published 1975 in The Bell System Technical Journal
Two techniques for designing a class of low-sensitivity, follow-the-leader, feedback-type active filters have been introduced by Hurtig and Laker-Ghausi. The FLF configuration consists of a cascade of second-and/or first-order sections, with feedback from each section back to the first. This paper presents an approach for designing FLF-type realization for all classes of filter functions. The technique is based on a shifted-companion form of the associated-state equations. Some salient features… CONTINUE READING

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