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FAZA is a special mathematical software tool for engineers and scientists that maximally simplifies the filter design process. This tool provides the user with an efficient instrument to build a transfer function that may satisfy the attenuation and/or phase requirements. FAZA gives a comprehensive set of design solutions:
- Allows the design of low-pass, high-pass, band-pass and band-stop filters.
- Supports the Butterworth, Chebyshev, inverse Chebyshev and elliptic(Cauer) approximation methods of the analog filter design.
- Determines the minimum filter order that meets specification.
- Allows to analize the filter properties in the time and frequency domain.
- Clear and user-friendly graphical interface.
The tutorial 'How to design analog filters' is available now. This tutorial is meant as a guide for experienced engineers as well as for those who are just learning the essentials. The tutorial details the following issues:
- Filter specifications.
- Mapping the specification of the desired filter into the equivalent lowpass filter specification.
- Analysis of the filter in the frequency and time domains.
- Synthesis of analog filters. How to obtain the transfer function of a lowpass analog prototype.
- Approximation methods: Butterworth, Chebyshev, inverse Chebyshev, elliptic approximations.
- Frequency transformations. Mapping a low-pass analog prototype to the highpass, bandpass and bandstop filters.
- Synthesizing the transfer functions into passive and active networks.