Software Based Pole Zero Extraction Technique for Analog Filter and Circuits
The positions of poles and zeros of a filter circuit indicates how the system behaves with variation in frequency as well as it results a tool to utilize the system gain by setting the frequency range in a complex process. The existing solutions to extract the poles and zeros often include too complex calculations to use it frequently. In this paper we propose a compact tool to detect the position of poles and zeros of any practically designed analog filter of any order without going through the working principle of the circuit as well as by using this technique calculation of transfer function is doesn’t need to do derive which often becomes hectic.
W. M. Haddad, H. H. Huang, D. S. Bernstein, "Robust stability and performance via fixed-order dynamic compensation: The discrete-time case", IEEE Trans. Autom. Control, vol. 38, no. 5, pp. 776-782, May 1993.
Jugo, J. Portilla, A. Anakabe, A. Suarez, J. M. Collantes, "Closedloop stability analysis of microwave amplifiers," Electronics Letters, Vol. 37, No.4, pp. 226-228, Feb. 2001.
Behzard Razavi,”Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits”
Rolf, Schaumann MAC. E. Van Valkenburg,” Design of Analog Filters”
A. Anakabe, S. Mons, 1. Gasseling, P. Casas, R. Quéré, J.M. Collantes, A. Mallet, "Efficient Nonlinear Stability Analysis of Microwave Circuits using Commercially Available Tools," 32nd European Microwave conference, Milan, Italy, pp. 1017-1020, September 2002.
Adel S. Sedra, Kenneth C. Smith,”Microelectronic Circuits” Mahmood Nahvi, Joseph A Edminister,”Electric Circuits”.
Copyright (c) 2019 Arnesh Sen, Aishik Das, Jayoti Das
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
The copyright for all manuscripts/ documents belongs to the authors.
More details, please refer: https://www.prepare.org.in/copyright-policy