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A New Current-Mode Multifunction Inverse Filter Using CDBAs

A New Current-Mode Multifunction Inverse Filter Using CDBAs

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A novel current-mode multifunction inverse filter configuration using current differencing buffered amplifiers (CDBAs) is presented. The proposed filter employs two CDBAs and passive components. The proposed circuit realizes inverse lowpass, inverse bandpass and inverse highpass filter functions with proper selection of admittances. The feasibility of the proposed multifunction inverse filter has been tested by simulation program. Simulation results agree well with the theoretical results.
A novel current-mode multifunction inverse filter configuration using current differencing buffered amplifiers (CDBAs) is presented. The proposed filter employs two CDBAs and passive components. The proposed circuit realizes inverse lowpass, inverse bandpass and inverse highpass filter functions with proper selection of admittances. The feasibility of the proposed multifunction inverse filter has been tested by simulation program. Simulation results agree well with the theoretical results.

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A New Current-Mode Multifunction Inverse Filter Using CDBAs
Anisur Rehman Nasir Syed Naseem Ahmad
 
Dept. of Electronics and Communication Engg. Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi-110025, India
 Abstract
:
A novel current-mode multifunction inverse filter configuration using current differencing buffered amplifiers (CDBAs) is presented. The proposed filter employs two CDBAs and passive components. The proposed circuit realizes inverse lowpass, inverse bandpass and inverse highpass filter functions with proper selection of admittances. The feasibility of the  proposed multifunction inverse filter has been tested by simulation program. Simulation results agree well with the theoretical results.
 Keywords : CDBA, multifunction, inverse filter
1.
 
INTRODUCTION
The design of inverse filter is useful in Communication and instrumentation engineering. These filters are used to reverse the distortion of signal incurred due to signal  processing and transmission.The distorted signal is to be converted to the input signal. The inverse filtering is used to inverse the transfer characteristic of the original signal [1, 2]. Several continuous time analog inverse filters are available in literature [2-11].The most of the inverse filter circuits available in literature are voltage–mode circuit. The voltage mode inverse filters are realized generally by CFOAs, CCIIs and CDBAs [6,7,9,11]. In current-mode the inverse filters and allpass filter have been realized using FTFNs [2-5] and CDTA [8] respectively. Leuciuc [2] proposed a general method for realizing inverse filter using nullors. B. Chipipop et al [3] and H. Y. Wang et al [4] proposed current-mode universal filters using FTFNs. M.T. Abuelmatti proposed current-mode inverse filter using FTFN [5]. S.S. Gupta et al [6] and H.Y. Wang et al [7] proposed voltage mode inverse filter configuration using CFOAs that realize inverse lowpass, inverse highpass and inverse bandpass filter from suitable choice of admittances. N.A. Shah et al [8] proposed inverse allpass filters using CDTAs. R. Pandey et al [12]  proposed voltage-mode universal inverse filter using CDBAs which realizes all basic inverse filter functions. However to our knowledge, there are no current-mode inverse filter using CDBA. Therefore, in his communication an effort is made to realize current- Dept. of Electronics and Communication Engg. Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi-110025, India Mode multifunction inverse filter using CDBAs. The  proposed circuit realizes all the basic filter functions in inverse mode i.e.inverse lowpass (ILP), inverse highpass (IHP) and inverse bandpass (IBP) by proper selection of types of admittances.
2.
 
CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
The current differencing buffered amplifier (CDBA) is recently introduced as an active element [10]. The CDBA is suitable for realization of current-mode continuous time filterfunctions because of several advantages like free from parasitic capacitances, differential nature at its input  port, high slew rate and wide bandwidth. The circuit symbol of CDBA is shown in Fig.1 and its  port relations are given in equation.
 
,
 
 
, and
 
 
(1)
 
Fig.1 Circuit Symbol of CDBA The proposed current-mode multifunction inverse filter circuit is shown in Fig.2. The routine analysis of circuit yields the current transfer functionsas follows
I
O
I

    Y
Y
Y
Y
 Y
Y
 Y
Y
 2
 
where
  
 
  
 
 
 
n w z
i
p
i
n
V
 p
V
n
V
w
V
z
 p V
w
V
z
CDBA
 
i
w
 
i
p
 
(IJCSIS) International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security, Vol. 11, No. 12, December 201350http://sites.google.com/site/ijcsis/ ISSN 1947-5500
 
If admittances chosen are
Y
 sC
 G
 , and
Y
 sC
 G
 , then
Ns  sC
 G
sC
 G
 
 
 
 
3
 Fig.2 Proposed Multifunction Inverse Filter By proper selection of admittances for 
Y
,
Y
,
Y
,and Y
 as shown in Table-I, differentinverse filter functions can be realized. Table I Response
 
 
 
 ILP
 
 0 0 IHP

 

 0 0 IBP

 
 0 0 The transfer function of the ILP, IHP and IBP can be expressed as
I
O
I

  1G
G
 s
C
C
 sC
G
 C
G
G
G
 4 I
O
I

  1s
C
C
 s
C
C
 sC
G
 C
G
G
G
 5 I
O
I

  1sC
G
 s
C
C
 sC
G
 C
G
G
G
 6
The natural angular frequency and the pole Q-factor of the filter are
   
 7
 
 1
 
 
 8
 The gain constants of ILP, IHP and IBP responses are given by

  
 ,

  
,

  
 
 
3.
 
SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS
The passive sensitivities of
 and Q for the proposed current-mode inverse filtercan beexpressed as
 
 
 
  12
 
 
  12 
 
 
 
  12 
 
 It is observed that the passive sensitivities are lesser than unity in magnitude. Hence the performance of proposed current-mode multifunction inverse filters are not affected.
4. SIMULATION RESULT
The proposed current-mode multifunction inverse filter has been simulated with simulation software. The multifunction filter has been designed for
O
 =796.18 KHz and Q=1. The CDBAs have been realized withcommercially available AD844s. The equal values of  passive components are used. The supply voltages are ±12V. All the resistors are taken as 10K 
 and capacitors as 20pF. The simulated frequency characteristics for inverse lowpass, inverse bandpass and inverse highpass filter functions are shown in Fig.4. The simulation results agree well with theoretical analysis of the filter.
p
 
n
 
zw
 
n
 
p
 
w
 
z
 
I
in
 
Y
1
Y
4
 
Y
2
 
Y
5
 
Y
6
 
Y
3
 
I
O
 
CDBA1CDBA2
(IJCSIS) International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security, Vol. 11, No. 12, December 201351http://sites.google.com/site/ijcsis/ ISSN 1947-5500

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