Acoustic surface wave filters, Filters and filtration -- Design and construction
A general, non-iterative design technique for low shapefactor, transversal filters is presented. This design approach uses two cosine series to specify appropriate eigenfunctions. An infinite set of such eigenfunctions are defined and the method for choosing the coefficients is discussed.
The total filter response is specified as the product of two individual frequency responses. The impulse response of each is then determined by applying the superposition of appropriate eigenfunctions. The criteria for choosing the appropriate eigenfunctions is discussed.
A synthesis procedure for designing surface acoustic wave filters is presented. The effects of truncating the impulse response are also explored. A design example is shown for a filter with 10 percent fractional bandwidth and a shapefactor of 1.15.
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Malocha, Donald C.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
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Bishop, Carlton D., "Non-Iterative Finite Impulse Response Design Techniques" (1984). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 4706.
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