Transient Response of Filters.
Interim rept. Oct 75-Nov 77,
AIR FORCE AVIONICS LAB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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One of the most important factors in designing receivers is to determine the transient response of the signal after it passes filters. It is time consuming and costly to measure the transient response experimentally. This report presents the theoretical analysis and a computer program to calculate filter transient response. Experimental data from both conventional and surface acoustic wave filters have also been presented to verify the validity of the program. The program can handle both Butterworth and Chebyshev filters and their combinations in cascade. The input signals can be a square, a composite, and a sine square wave. The computer program that calculates the transient response is also listed. Author
- Line, Surface and Bulk Acoustic Wave Devices
- Non-Radio Communications