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.
read http://www.allaboutcircuits.com/vol_2/chpt_8/index.html for some ideas. So you want frequencies greater than 1 Hz and less than 2 kHz to be stopped? For information on how to post to the homework section, read http://forum.allaboutcircuits.com/showthread.php?t=3002
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?
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.
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