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Create High-pass filter

  1. May 21, 2012 #1
    With bilinear transform (s=z-1/z+1) determine the differential equation for a 1st order discrete HP filter fith samplingfrequency f_s=150 Hz and lower cutoff frequency f_c=50 Hz. Also set the passpandgain to 1.


    This is how i did:

    Discrete variable: Ω=2π/3

    Equivalent cuttof frequency for analog filter: ω_a=sqrt(3)

    Analog HP-filter transfer function: H(s)=(s/s+ω_a)

    Then use the bilinear transform om H(s).

    how do i get passbandgain = 1?

    If they mean H(z)=H(1)=1 by that, then H(z)=0, so that cant be right.

    Because my answer didnt seem correct. Help please. :D
     
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  3. May 23, 2012 #2
    beyondlight,
    How did you get corner frequency ω_a=sqrt(3)? Should be ω_a=2πf = 2π(50) right?
    How did you get discrete variable Ω=2π/3?, your independent variables are z and s right?

    You are missing your sampling frequency in your bilinear transform. It should be: s=150(z-1)/(z+1).

    By the way with such a low sample freq compared to corner frequency (150Hz and 50Hz respectively) this will be a very bad discrete time realization of your first order filter (see attached image, red is ideal first order, blue is your discrete time realization, vertical is dB).
    Does this help?
     

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    Last edited: May 23, 2012
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