Analysis and synthesis of digital active networks
Coupe, Francis Geoffrey Armstrong
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- © 1979 Francis Geoffrey Armstrong Coupe. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced without the written permission of the copyright holder.
The analysis of digital active networks is developed in this thesis, starting from the definitions of digital amplifiers and digital amplifier arrays and concluding with the presentation of general analysis techniques for N-port digital active networks. The analysis techniques are then tested by comparing the results of practical experiments with numerical evaluations of the derived transfer functions using a computer.
The basic techniques necessary for the synthesis of digital active networks are described with an example, and the thesis is concluded with a discussion of the advantages of digital active networks over their analogue equivalents.
- Department of Electronic Engineering, The University of Hull
- Sewell, J. I.
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- Science Research Council (Great Britain)
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