Appendix 8A Example Source Code

The companion Web site includes eight different filter models, which are listed in Table 8A.1. The first seven models listed are used for modeling “classical” analog filters—Butterworth, Bessel, Chebyshev, and elliptical. The final model listed simulates an arbitrary filtering device based on the swept amplitude and phase responses of the subject device.

Table 8A.1 Filter models available in PracSim.


8A.1 Classical Filters

PracSim supports two different approaches for simulating analog filters. One approach uses numerical integration, as discussed in Section 8.4, and the other approach uses IIR sampled-data filters, ...

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