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A New Property of Maximally-Flat Lowpass Filter Prototype Coefficients with Application in Dissipative Loss Calculations

By Shahrokh Saeedi, Juseop Lee, and Hjalti H. Sigmarsson
Progress In Electromagnetics Research C, Vol. 63, 1-11, 2016
doi:10.2528/PIERC16011304

Abstract

This paper presents a new property of maximally-at filter prototype coefficients. The property can be used to relate the summation of all the coefficients to an elegant expression which only includes the first coefficient. This property is then used to calculate the increase in insertion loss of this type of filters in the presence of dissipative losses due to elements/resonators finite quality factors. This presented equation for the excess loss is very convenient and does not require referring to the prototype element value table. The property is also used to show that the group delay of a maximally-at lowpass filter at ω = 0 rad/sec is only a function of the first element value of the prototype filter. Finally, a commercial circuit simulation tool is used to generate examples to verify the accuracy of the presented analytical equations. Additionally, the results are compared to expressions found in classical literature.

Citation


Shahrokh Saeedi, Juseop Lee, and Hjalti H. Sigmarsson, "A New Property of Maximally-Flat Lowpass Filter Prototype Coefficients with Application in Dissipative Loss Calculations," Progress In Electromagnetics Research C, Vol. 63, 1-11, 2016.
doi:10.2528/PIERC16011304
http://jpier.org/PIERC/pier.php?paper=16011304

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