rlc circuit

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  1. truettct

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    use a rlc circuit to design a band stop filter. At frequency 1Hz and a stop-bandwidth of 2kHz. Use component values and a 5-10% error is commonly acceptable.
    Provide the schematic, frequency response of the gain magnitude, and frequency response of phase.

    I don't have much experience with "designing" filters.

    I have a schematic made, which is just two resistors, one inductor, and one capacitor.

    I am not sure how to figure out the component values and part b and c.

    Any help to get me started.

    Thanks

    frequency=1/(2*pi*sqrt(LC))
    and i know BW=(frequency)/Q

    not sure where to go from there.
     
  2. JoeJester

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  3. truettct

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    I have the schematic made, but I have no clue how to find the component values given the frequency and bandwidth frequency.

    Is there a formula I plug these values into?
     
  4. JoeJester

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    Had you view the first reference you would already know the answer to that question.

    Post your schematic ... so we can see what you've already accomplished. A .png file is acceptable.
     
  5. truettct

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    Sorry, I did not see the different pages of the reference. Here is a copy of the paper I am working on and how far I have gotten. The frequency is f=1MHz, and stop-bandwidth of 1kHz. I am just not sure how the formulas work together and if I am going in the right direction. See .png file attached please.

    Thanks
     
  6. JoeJester

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    Attached are my comments
     
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