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post #1 of 9 Old 07-31-2013, 03:30 PM - Thread Starter
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hello!
i have two signal at input(ac+dc) but i want only dc.and wanted to remove ac.so for that purpose i am using butterworth filter
and its cutoff frequency=20hz,
now kindly tell me
1:which butterworth filter amp i use low or high pass?
2:while input have both ac and dc signal but i want output of that filter is only dc(1.5volts).
3:after getting this dc of 1.5v we have to amplify to 12volts.so which amplifier i can use please send the circuit 4:plz send me butterworth filter(specifications) design and circuit diagrams.
plzzzzz i need this argent...
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Is this for an electronics class?
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yes...please tell me the solution
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No, you need to do the research and figure it out for yourself. If I told you, you would not learn anything.
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I am very busy and not enough time for research...i know that's is not good way for learning but please help me this time...i need this argent
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This is a really simple problem. If you don't have a clue how to solve it, why bother taking the course? Out a little thought into it, it's not hard.
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dear
i search the answer and get it but i need to confirm it from you...because i want perfect ans because i made device from this..
so give me answer this time .......plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
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So, what solution did you come up with?
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i am show my design check this tell is this correct Design.pdf 865k .pdf file
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