ECET 350 Week 1 iLab Sallen-Key Active Filter Design

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Laboratory Title: Sallen-Key Active Filter Design

Objectives:

â€˘ Design and simulate a Butterworth, low-pass Sallen-Key active filter. â€˘ Construct and test the designed Butterworth, low-pass Sallen-Key active filter.

Results: Summarize your results in the context of your objectives.

A Butterworth low-pass Sallen-Key filter was successfully designed and tested. The filter shows a flat frequency response below the cutoff frequency, with an average roll-off rate of -38.3 dB/decade. The filter

operates within the parameters expected of a typical Butterworth lowpass Sallen-Key filter of the second order.

Conclusions: What can you conclude about this lab based on your results?

Given a specifications of one filter, a person can obtain an appropriate design by acquiring the transfer function from the mathematical approximation.

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ECET 350 Week 2 Homework

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Chapter 2, page 58-62, problems 2a, 2b, 2c, 7, 9a, 9b, 9c, 10a, 10b, 16a, 16b, 16c, 19, 21, 22a, 22b, 22c, 24.

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ECET 350 Week 2 iLab Signal Sampling and Reconstruction

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Objectives: •

Use principles of signal sampling and reconstruction to construct an electronic circuit to sample, hold, and reconstruct the signal.

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Apply the antialiasing and anti-imaging filters to perform proper simulation of signal sampling and reconstruction.

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ECET 350 Week 3 Homework

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Chapter 3 Homework Problems: 3a, 3b, 3c, 5a, 5c, 5e, 7a, 9

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ECET 350 Week 3 iLab Moving Average Digital Filters

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Objectives: â€˘

Design, test, and implement antialiasing and anti-imaging filters to be used with a real-time, digital filtering system using a microcontroller, ADC, and DAC.

Implement, test, and analyze the performance of a moving average, lowpass filter in conjunction with the filters and real-time system from the first objective.

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ECET 350 Week 4 Homework

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Chapter 9: Finite Impulse Response Filters, pp. 314â€“353 Problems: 2a, 2b, 2c, 2d, 3a, 3b, 8a, 8b, 8c, 8d, 8e, 8f, 10b, 11b, 12b, 12d, 14a, 14b

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ECET 350 Week 4 iLab Low-Pass Finite Impulse Response Filter

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Objectives: Design, implement, test, and analyze the performance of a finite impulse response, low-pass filter in a real-time application using the Tower microcontroller board and ADC and DAC interface board.

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ECET 350 Week 5 Homework

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Chapter 9: 19. Design a low pass FIR filter for a 10 kHz sampling, with a pass band edge at 2 kHz, a stop band edge at 3 kHz, and 20 dB stop band

attenuation. Find the impulse response and the difference equation for the filter. 26. A high pass filter with a pass band edge frequency of 5.5 kHz must be designed for a 16 kHz sampled system. The stop band attenuation must be at least 40 dB, and the transition width must be no greater than 3.5 kHz. Write the difference equation for the filter. 28. Design a band stop filter according to the following specifications: Pass band edges at 2 kHz and 5 kHz Transition widths 1 kHz Stop band attenuation â‰Ľ 40 dB Sampling rate 12 kHz 31. Compare the filter shape for the filter described by the transfer function to the shape obtained after the coefficients are quantized.

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ECET 350 Week 5 iLab Impulse Response Band Pass Filter

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Objectives: Design a high-order, FIR band pass using MATLAB and then to implement, test, and analyze the real-time performance of that filter on a target embedded system board. In addition, introduce and compare the numerical formats and processing requirements of digital filters when implemented using floating point versus fixed point mathematics on an embedded system. Results: As per the requirement I designed a filter using MatLab that would meet the required pass band. Conclusions Conclusions: I wasnâ€™t very happy with my results; even though my filter passes the signal through the pass band it didnâ€™t seem to have very good gain. Iâ€™m not sure what caused the loss of gain in relation to unity, but I verified all of my equipment and filters were working correctly.

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ECET 350 Week 6 Homework

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Chapter 10 Homework Problems: 12a, 12b

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ECET 350 Week 6 iLab Infinite Impulse Response Low-Pass Filter

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Objectives: Design a Butterworth, low-pass filter, and then, using a bilinear transformation operation, create a digital IIR filter. The filter will then be implemented and real-time performance tested and analyzed on a target embedded system board. Results: Summarize your results in the context of your objectives. Our graph was found to be low pass for both tables Conclusions: What can you conclude about this lab based on your results?

As the frequency increases, the gain also goes up.

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ECET 350 Week 7 Homework

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ECET 350 Practice Problems 1. A first-order Butterworth filter with a digital cut-off frequency of p/4 radians is designed for a 2 kHz sampled system. The pre-warped analog transfer function is 2. The transfer function of an analog filter is H(s) = 5000/(s + 15000). If the sampling frequency is 20 kHz, the digital filter obtained using the bilinear transformation is 3.IIR filters are 4.Compared to FIR filters, IIR filters tend to

5.One difference between Butterworth and Chebyshev Type I filter shapes is that 6.Bottom of Form 6.Digital convolution 7. A moving average filter 8. The gain of a filter is 9. The range of frequencies for which gain is high is called the 10. In the stop band, a filter 11. Analog filters are often less convenient to use than digital filters because 12. A digital filter is defined by 13. Compared to x[n], the signal x[n-2] is 14. Compared to x[n], the digital signal x[2n] 15. The notation for the function that shifts the digital signal x[n] three steps to the left is 16. A digital signal is defined as x[n] = 5u[n-1] - Î´[n-3] + 2u[n-4]. x[3] = 17. A digital signal has the value 5 until n = 3, then changes to zero. A function describing the signal is 18. The digital frequency of the signal x[n] = sin(n2Ď€/7) is 19. Which of the following statements is true? 20. Which of the following statements is true?

21. If the frequency of a signal is 120 Hz and the sampling frequency is 150 Hz, what is the aliased frequency of the signal? 22. The purpose of an anti-aliasing filter is 23. Identify the first four images of a 300 Hz signal sampled at 800 Hz: 24. The spectrum of a signal may be obtained from the spectrum of its samples using 25. If a 12 kHz signal is sampled at 20 kHz 26. Increasing the order of a filter 27. For a signal with a maximum frequency of 4 kHz, what oversampling rate will leave a gap of 16 kHz between the maximum frequency of one spectral copy and the minimum frequency of the next? 28. An analog signal with a range of 20 V is sampled using 10 bits. What is the size of the quantization step? 29. The resolution of an A/D converter 30. Quantization noise is caused by 31. The dynamic range of an A/D converter is a measure of 32. Decibels (dB) are useful because 33. SNR stands for 34. An analog signal has a range of 5 V. If the quantization step must be no greater than 0.1 V, how many bits must be used for A/D conversion? 35. A sample and hold circuit 36. The first step in D/A conversion is

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ECET 350 Week 7 iLab Fourier Analysis of Time Domain Signals

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Objective of the lab experiment: The objective of this experiment is to perform Fourier analysis to obtain frequency domain signature of signals and systems that are measured or whose characteristics are known in time domain. Towards this end, we shall learn how to use Fourier transform to obtain Bode plots of systems from time domain data passing through the system. We shall also learn the equivalence of convolution operation in time domain with multiplication operation in frequency domain. Equipment list: ÂˇExperimentally recorded time domain characteristics of signals and systems as well as input and output of a system, in our case a filter (available in Doc Sharing as listed below) ÂˇMATLAB

Software and/or other files Needed: Fourier_analysis_of_signals.mat ÂˇFourier_analysis_of_signals.mat Fourier_analysis_of_signals.mat:This contains data you will need to complete this lab. It is available in Doc Sharing.

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Laboratory Title: Sallen-Key Active Filter Design Objectives: • Design and simulate a Butterworth, low-pass Sallen-Key active filter....

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