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Help designing a filter for a DAC

  1. May 5, 2010 #1
    Okay, I want to add a filter onto the end of this circuit with the transfer function:

    [tex]\frac{1 - 3e^{-sT} + 3e^{-2sT} - e^{-3sT}}{s^{3}T^{3}}[/tex]
    (T is the sampling period)

    chematic.png

    I'm using PSPICE. The denominator seems simple enough to implement, just 3 op-amp integrators in series (right?), but I'm not sure about the top. Seems like you could implement it as 1 - 3z^-1 + 3z^-2 - z^-3 when the signal's digital, but I'm not sure how to do that without getting lost in a mess of wires and I wouldn't know what parts to use. Seems like there should be an easy way to do it. I'm new to PSPICE so if anyone could help I'd be really thankful.
     
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  3. May 5, 2010 #2
    Ok, your right about the Z-transform equivalent and recognizing that z^-1 means a unit time delay, you could realize it with a clock controlled D-Flip Flop. However Im not really sure about your mixed analog/discrete view so let me know about the results.
     
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