Active Filters with Operational Amplifiers UniTrain Course
An active filter is usually composed of an operational amplifier in a circuit containing a network of components consisting of capacitors and resistors. One benefit of active filters is that the use of op-amps decouples the output of the filter from its input. This makes it possible to cascade multiple filter stages to implement a higher-order filter. By contrast with passive filters, active ones can be used not only to attenuate signals but also to boost specific frequency ranges.
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Training Concepts:
  • High-pass, low-pass, band-pass and band-stop
  • Filter order, slope, phase shift
  • Filter approximations: Bessel, Butterworth and Tschebyscheff filters
  • Cut-off frequency, ripple, attenuation
  • Measurements in the time and frequency domains
  • Course Duration: approx. 5 h
Product: Active Filters with Operational Amplifiers UniTrain Course
Product Code: CO4204-9B

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