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Bandpass Filter Design (from square to a sine wave)
I am working on desining a filter converter that will allow me to input a square signal of 10 KHz and output a sine wave of 30 KHz, with both amplitudes at 5v.
I started calculating using fourier and got some aproximate numbers. So far I havent been able to get this right using the filter design pro tool from TI or multisim. Any suggestions or explanations on solving this problem? THis is my first time using these tools and the TI-89.
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