- Joined Apr 22, 2009
We have to design a passband filter and I have a bunch of filters now but I don't know how to determine what order they are.
I'm curious as to what CPU would respond that way. Model # please, so I can stay away from it.Haha! The CPU one is messed up because his wording of the question was so vague...I mean, apparently, I also found out that LOAD/POP also add to the AC, not replace its contents. So if AC contained say, "5", and we POP'ed "3" from the stack, the AC is now supposed to contain "8", not "3". Yeah and same thing with LOAD.
But anyways, we'll have to wait until he releases answer key for the homework so I can check...
Oh and about the filter, how can I tell what the order is by looking at the schematic? Is each pair of opamps = 1 order ?
No clue what I was thinking there. Thanks for the fix.20dB/decade is 6dB/octave
40dB/decade is 12dB/octave
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