Active network synthesis using operational amplifiers Public Deposited

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  • Three synthesis methods for the realization of the voltage transfer function by means of RC elements and three different active devices are presented. These three devices are a high-gain amplifier, a voltage controlled voltage source (VCVS) and a negative immittance converter (NIC). The VCVS and NIC as well as the high-gain amplifier are realized by an operational amplifier. The properties of the operational amplifier are stated. The matrix representation which describes the electrical behavior of this device is defined. The realizations of VCVS and NIC using an operational amplifier are derived. Synthesis techniques for these network configurations are developed and investigated. Examples are given for each case followed by experimental results. A Butterworth low-pass function is selected for all three synthesis examples. The actual networks are built. The experimental results of actual networks are analyzed and compared with the theoretical results. A general comparison of these three different synthesis methods is discussed in the conclusion.
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