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# 6/10/2019 First & Second-Order High Pass Butterworth Filter & Higher Order Filters Questions and Answers

## Questions and Answers - Sanfoundry

This set of Linear Integrated Circuit Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “First & Second
Order High Pass Butterworth Filter and Higher Order Filters”.

## 1. How is the higher order filters formed?

a) By increasing resistors and capacitors in low pass filter
b) By decreasing resistors and capacitors in low pass filter
c) By inter changing resistors and capacitors in low pass filter
d) All of the mentioned

Explanation: High pass filter are often formed by interchanging frequency determining resistors and
capacitors in low pass filters. For example, a first order high pass filter is formed from a first order low pass
filter by inter changing components Rand C.

2. In a first order high pass filter, frequencies higher than low cut-off frequencies are called
a) Stop band frequency
b) Pass band frequency
c) Centre band frequency
d) None of the mentioned

Explanation: Low cut-off frequency, fL is 0.707 times the pass band gain voltage. Therefore, frequencies
above fL are pass band frequencies.

3. Compute the voltage gain for the following circuit with input frequency 1.5kHz.

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a) 4dB
b) 15dB
c) 6dB
d) 12dB
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## Explanation : |VO/Vin|= [AF×(f/fL)]/ [√1+(f/fL)2] = [4×(1.5kHz/225.86)] / √[1+(1.5kHz/225.86)2]

=26.56/6.716=3.955 =20log(3.955)=11.9.
|VO/Vin|≅12 dB
AF= 1+(RF /R1)= 1+(12kΩ/4kΩ) =4.
fL= 1/(2πRC) = 1/2π×15kΩ×0.047µF= 1/4.427×10-3 =225.86Hz.

4. Determine the expression for output voltage of first order high pass filter?
a) VO = [1+(RF /R1)]× [(j2πfRC/(1+j2πfRC)] × Vin
b) VO = [-(RF /R1)]× [(j2πfRC/(1+j2πfRC)] × Vin
c) VO = {[1+(RF /R1)]× /[1+j2πfRC] }× Vin
d) None of the mentioned

Explanation: The first order high pass filter uses non-inverting amplifier. So, AF= 1+(RF /R1) and the output
voltage, VO = [1+(RF /R1)]× [(j2πfRC/(1+j2πfRC)]× Vin.

5. The internal resistor of the second order high pass filter is equal to 10kΩ. Find the value of feedback resistor?
a) 6.9kΩ
b) 5.86kΩ
c) 10kΩ
d) 12.56kΩ

Explanation: Pass band gain for second order butterworth response, AF =1.586.
=> AF= [1+(RF/R1)] => RF= (AF-1)×R1 =(1.586-1)×10kΩ =5860 =5.86kΩ.

6. Consider the following circuit and calculate the low cut-off frequency value?

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a) 178.7Hz
b) 89.3Hz
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c) 127.65Hz
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d) 255.38Hz

Explanation: The low cut-off frequency for the given filter is fL =1/√[2π√(R2×R3×C2×C3)]=178.7Hz.

## 7. Determine voltage gain of second order high pass butterworth filter.

Specifications R3 =R2=33Ω, f=250hz and fL=1khz.
a) -11.78dB
b) -26.51dB
c) -44.19dB
d) None of the mentioned

Explanation: Since R3 =R2
=> C2 = 1/(2π ×fL×R2) = 1/(2π ×1kHz×33Ω)
=> C3 =C2= 4.82µF.
Voltage gain of filter |VO/Vin|=AF / [√ 1+(fL/f)4] = 1.586/[1+(1kHz/250kz)4] =1.586/252=6.17×10-3
=20log(6.17×10-3)= -44.19dB.

8. From the given specifications, determine the value of voltage gain magnitude of first order and second order
high pass butterworth filter?
Pass band voltage gain=2;
Low cut-off frequency= 1kHz;
Input frequency=500Hz.
a) First order high pass filter =-4.22dB , Second order high pass filter=-0.011dB
b) First order high pass filter =-0.9688dB , Second order high pass filter=-6.28dB
c) First order high pass filter =-11.3194dB , Second order high pass filter=-9.3257dB
d) First order high pass filter =-7.511dB , Second order high pass filter=-5.8999dB

Explanation: For first order high pass filter,
|VO/Vin|=AF ×(f/fL) / [ √1+(f/fL)2] =(2×(500Hz/1kHz)) /√[1+(500Hz/1kHz)2] => |VO/Vin| = 1/1.118= 0.8944
=20log(0.8944) =-0.9686dB.
For second order high pass filter,
|VO/Vin|=AF / [ √ 1 +(fL/f)4] =2/√[1+ (1kHz/500Hz)2] =>|VO/Vin|=2/4.123= =0.4851 = 20log(0.4851) = -6.28dB.

## 9. How is the higher order filters formed?

a) Using first order filter
b) Using second order filter
c) Connecting first and second order filter in series
d) Connecting first and second order filter in parallel

Explanation: Higher filters are formed by using the first and second order filters. For example, a third order
low pass filter is formed by cascading first and second order low pass filter.

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10. State
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Butterworth

a) Complexity
b) Requires more space
c) Expensive
d) All of the mentioned

Explanation: Although higher order filter than necessary gives a better stop band response, the higher order
type is more complex, occupies more space and is more expensive.

## 11. The overall gain of higher order filter is

a) Varying
b) Fixed
c) Random
d) None of the mentioned

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