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E E 2415 Lecture 16 2 nd Order High Pass, Low Pass and Band Reject Filters
2 nd Order Low Pass Filter (1/8)
2 nd Order Low Pass Filter (2/8)
2 nd Order Low Pass Filter (3/8)
2 nd Order Low Pass Filter (4/8) Two Poles
2 nd Order Low Pass Filter (5/8)
2 nd Order Low Pass Filter (6/8) Slope is -40 db/decade
2 nd Order Low Pass Filter (7/8)
2 nd Order Low Pass Filter (8/8)
2 nd Order High Pass Filter (1/8)
2 nd Order High Pass Filter (2/8)
2 nd Order High Pass Filter (3/8)
2 nd Order High Pass Filter (4/8) Two Zeros at origin Two Poles
2 nd Order High Pass Filter (5/8)
2 nd Order High Pass Filter (6/8) Slope is 40 db/decade
2 nd Order High Pass Filter (7/8)
2 nd Order High Pass Filter (8/8)
2 nd Order Band Reject Filter (1/4)
2 nd Order Band Reject Filter (2/4)
2 nd Order Band Reject Filter (3/4)
2 nd Order Band Reject Filter (4/4)
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