Is this correct sallen-key bandpass filter

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  1. tim_3491

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    Is this correct sallen-key bandpass filter
     
    Last edited: May 7, 2008
  2. Caveman

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    Assuming that the circuit works correctly, V+ = V-. Because of the two 10k's, V- = Vout/2. Therefore, V+ = Vout/2. Also, since I5 = -(V+/20k) = -Vout/40k. Then I4 = -I5, so I4 = Vout/40k = (Vx - Vout/2)*jwC. Solve for Vx, and you will have Vx in terms of Vout. The rest you seem to have well in hand.
     
  3. imafake

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    Hi,

    Im doing something similar to this.
    I ended up with a gain of 2/sqrt(W2C2R2 + 1/(W2C2R2))
    Any advice or help would be appreciated =3

    JD
     
  4. Jay6

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    While I can't answer your question, any help on this particular circuit would be much appreciated :). Though one thing is, I looked at your working and I found a mistake:
    You've multiplied by 1/jwC (fair enough) but then when you minus V- on both sides, you have suddenly brought it so it is over 2R (20k) even though I needs to be multiplied by 2R before you can do this (adding fractions involves the fractions having the same denominator).
    Other than that though, you are going about this question the same way as me really. I've analysed KCL at V+, V- and Vx (as you call it) and I keep getting answers but they are wrong! (They produce complex numbers or a gain that is too high). If you actually find the answer, do share :D

    EDIT: Also V+ and V- are not necessarily 0V - they are simply the same
     
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  5. The Electrician

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