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- Homework Statement
- Keeping in mind the corner frequency at 3dB, design the R,C values for an integrator to maintain a gain of magnitude 10 throughout the band pass.

- Relevant Equations
- ##f_{cutoff} = \frac{1}{2 \pi R_{f}C}##

##f_{0dB} = \frac{1}{2 \pi R_{1}C}##

##DC Gain = -\frac{R_{f}}{R_{1}}##

##AC Gain = -\frac{X_{C}}{R1}##

For the integrator circuit, I can design the cutoff frequency and the 0dB frequency as required. Using Laplace transforms, the gain is around ##-\frac{1}{sR1C}##, where s is the complex impedance parameter. But, how do I maintain the absolute value of this gain at 10 for the whole band pass for this integrator? I need to find out the R1, Rf and C values, given the cutoff frequency and this absolute gain at 10 for the band pass, but I don't know how to utilise this absolute gain in deducing the necessary information in finding out the values. Can someone help me out in this?