i filter." The complex resonator is then used to simulate series- or parallel-arms of the LCRRi filter. We analyze nonideal properties of the complex resonator due to finite gain-bandwidth product of operational amplifiers and propose a compensation method to put a pole on correct location. Experimental results show good performance of the proposed method." />


A Leapfrog Synthesis of Complex Analog Filters

Cosy MUTO  Noriyoshi KAMBAYASHI  

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IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences   Vol.E76-A   No.2   pp.210-215
Publication Date: 1993/02/25
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Print ISSN: 0916-8508
Type of Manuscript: PAPER
Category: Analog Circuits and Signal Processing
Keyword: 
complex signal processing,  active filter,  imaginary resistance,  LC simulation,  

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Summary: 
Complex filters are used to synthesize real filters in digital signal processing, but few in analog one. In this paper, we propose a leapfrog synthesis of complex analog filters. By shifting frequency response of an LCR network along the ω-axis, we have a complex filter with imaginary resistances, which is called an "LCRRi filter." The complex resonator is then used to simulate series- or parallel-arms of the LCRRi filter. We analyze nonideal properties of the complex resonator due to finite gain-bandwidth product of operational amplifiers and propose a compensation method to put a pole on correct location. Experimental results show good performance of the proposed method.