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Bandstop filter

  1. Jan 14, 2006 #1
    Hi

    Does anyone know the equation for the phase angle by which v0 leads v1 in a bandstop (parallel resonant) circuit?

    also, can anyone tell me how (in terms of the equation for the transfer function) a bandstop filter works?

    Thanks a lot, any help appreciated.
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  3. Jan 14, 2006 #2

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    For your first question, it is not clear what circuit elements you are using and also what you are labelling v0 and v1. Please attach a diagram.

    Before I elaborate on your second question (which is easy actually), can you tell me what does a bandstop filter do? If you had a BODE plot (frequency versus gain) of this filter, describe the plot (you may attach a drawing).
     
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