Keywords

INTEL SPAS 20 (Computer), Analog to digital converters, Electronic analog computers, Electronic digital computers

Abstract

This paper demonstrates conversation of an analog filter into a digital filter using computer aided software. The filter design to be demonstrated is a common third order Butterworth filter. This paper is not an attempt to review all filter designs or applications, but rather the attempt is to give a detailed explanation of the steps required to design almost any digital filter. No knowledge of the Intel Series 210 microcomputer development system is assumed. The appendices contain introduction to the Series 210 system. Chapter I demonstrates the steps needed to design this filter without computer aid. Included are both analog and digital filter response characteristics. Chapter II supplemented with Appendix C demonstrates the computer aided filter design. Again, filter characteristics are included. Chapter III compares the results of Chapter I and II. Even though this paper attempts to be inclusive of most of the computer details, it should not be used in exclusion of the available Series 210 manuals.

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Graduation Date

Summer 1982

Advisor

Simons, Jr., F. O.

Degree

Master of Science (M.S.)

College

College of Engineering

Format

PDF

Pages

52 p.

Language

English

Rights

Public Domain

Length of Campus-only Access

None

Access Status

Masters Thesis (Open Access)

Identifier

DP0013735

Included in

Engineering Commons

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