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**Butterworth, Chebyshev, and Elliptic
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742 (1934).1846 4/24/2004 Filter Approximation Theory 2 . patents 1. 7. 1.545 (1935).Russia Cyrillic alphabet . 536-541 – Chebyshev: Pafnuty Lvovich Chebyshev (1821-1894) . 1784 ."On the Theory of Filter Amplifiers".989.426 (1936) – Bessel: Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel. pp. Wireless Engineer (also called Experimental Wireless and the Radio Engineer). 1930.Approximation Polynomials • Every physically realizable circuit has a transfer function that is a rational polynomial in s • We want to determine classes of rational polynomials that approximate the “Ideal” low-pass filter response (high-pass band-pass and band-stop filters can be derived from a low pass design) • Four well known approximations are discussed here: – Butterworth: Steven Butterworth.Spelled many ways – Elliptic Function: Wilhelm Cauer (1900-1945) .048. vol.958.S. 2.Germany U.

Definitions • Let |H(ω)|2 be the approximation to the ideal low-pass filter response |I(ω)|2 |I(ω)|2 1 1 ω/ωc Where ωc is the ideal filter cutoff frequency (it is normalized to one for convenience) 4/24/2004 Filter Approximation Theory 3 .

4/24/2004 Filter Approximation Theory 4 .2 • |H(ω)|2 can be written as H (ω ) 2 1 = 1 + ε 2 F 2 (ω ) Where F(ω) is the “Characteristic Function” which attempts to approximate: F(ω) 1 ∞ 1 ω – This cannot be done with a finite order polynomial – ε provides flexibility for the degree of error in the passband or stopband.Definitions .

The phase response and transient response are also important and need to be appropriate for the filter application 4/24/2004 Filter Approximation Theory 5 .Filter Specification • |H(ω)|2 must stay within the shaded region |H(ω)|2 1 Pass band 1 Stop band ω Transition Region • Note that this is an incomplete specification.

Butterworth • F(ω) = ωn and ε = 1 and 1 H (ω ) = 1 + ε 2 F 2 (ω ) 1 2 H (ω ) = 1 + ω 2n 2 |H(ω)|2 ω 1 • Characteristics – Smooth transfer function (no ripple) – Maximally flat and Linear phase (in the pass-band) – Slow cutoff 4/24/2004 Filter Approximation Theory 6 .

Butterworth Continued • Pole locations in the s-plane at: H (ω ) ω2n = -1 or ω = (-1)(1/2n) 2 1 = 1 + ω 2n n=3 – Poles are equally spaced on the unit circle at θ=kπ/2n. – There are no zeros 4/24/2004 Filter Approximation Theory 7 . – H(s) only uses the n poles in the left half plane for stability.

6131s + 1) 4/24/2004 Filter Approximation Theory 8 .4142s2 + 2.6131s3 + 3.Butterworth Filter |H(s)| for n=4 H(s) = 1/( s4 + 2.

Chebyshev – Type 1 H (ω ) • F(ω) = Tn(ω) so T1(ω) = ω and Tn(ω) = 2 ωTn(ω) – Tn-1(ω) 2 1 = 1 + ε 2Tn2 (ω ) |H(ω)|2 1 • Characteristics ω – Controlled equiripple in the pass-band – Sharper cutoff than Butterworth – Non-linear phase (Group delay distortion) • Chebyshev type 2 moves the ripple into the stop-band 4/24/2004 Filter Approximation Theory 9 .

2457/( s4 + 0.2756) 4/24/2004 Filter Approximation Theory 10 .Chebyshev |H(s)| for n=4.9528s3 + 1. r=1 (Type 1) Poles lie on an ellipse H(s) = 0.4539s2 + 0.7426s + 0.

Elliptic Function • F(ω) = Un(ω) – the Jacobian elliptic function |H(ω)|2 • S-Plane H (ω ) 2 1 = 1 + ε 2U n2 (ω ) ω 1 – Poles approximately on an ellipse – Zeros on the jω-axis • Characteristics – Separately controlled equiripple in the pass-band and stop-band – Sharper cutoff than Chebyshev (optimal transition band) – Non-linear phase (Group delay distortion) 4/24/2004 Filter Approximation Theory 11 .

rs=50 H(s) = (0.0595s2 + 0.Elliptic Function H(s) for n=4.1554)/( s4 + 0. rp=3.4369s + 0.5769s3 + 1.2195) 4/24/2004 Filter Approximation Theory 12 .2227s2 + 0.0032s4 + 0.

Bessel Filter • Butterworth and Chebyshev filters with sharp cutoffs (high order) carry a penalty that is evident from the positions of their poles in the s plane. Bringing the poles closer to the jω axis increases their Q. Overshoot or ringing at the response edges can result. which degrades the filter's transient response. The Bessel's poles lie on a locus further from the jω axis. but at the expense of a less steep cutoff in the stop-band. Transient response is improved. 4/24/2004 Filter Approximation Theory 13 . • The Bessel filter represents a trade-off in the opposite direction from the Butterworth.

• Check your design for ringing/overshoot. but degrade the transition region. Bouzid Aliane. 4/24/2004 Filter Approximation Theory 14 .webhop. – If detrimental.Practical Filter Design • Use a tool to establish a prototype design – MatLab is a great choice – See http://doctord. increase the filter order and redesign to exceed the frequency response specifications – Move poles near the jω-axis to the left to reduce their Q – Check the resulting filter against your specifications • Moving poles to the left will reduce ringing/overshoot.htm for a Matlab tutorial by Dr. Chapter 5 is on filter design.net/courses/Topics/Matlab/index.

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