BandPass filter design, chebyshev n order

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  1. jgjustingino

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    hello, I'm trying to find more information on designing a 4th order chebychev 1 order band pass filter.

    my filter need to be centered around 17kHz and i'd like it to be 1000kHz or less but all I've found to be useful is a Q=10 with a 1700Hz pass band, witch is livable.
    My real question is I've got information on Butterworth and designing n order circuits but nothing really on chebyshev circuits. So where do I find more on this kind of thing.

    2nd Question: I've read about a multiple feedback active filter and how their good for high Q, up to q=25. Is this the way to go with this project.

    Oh, just to dot the i's. I'm looking for a min attenuation at 15kHz/19KHz of -10dB but I would like it to be greater, so I'm looking for the higher order filter design.
    THanks.
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    This information can be found in the ARRL Handbook.
     
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