Keep Up with Major Developments in Electronic Filter Design, including the Latest Advances in Both Analog and Digital Filters
Long-established as "The Bible" of practical electronic filter design, McGraw-Hill's classic Electronic Filter Design Handbook has now been completely revised and updated for a new generation of design engineers.
Packed with more than 200 detailed illustrations, the Fourth Edition features:
Inside This "Must-Have" Design Tool:
* Introduction to Modern Network Theory
• Selecting the Response Characteristic
• Low Pass, High Pass, and Bandpass Filter Design
• Band Reject Filters
• Networks for the Time Domain
• Refinements in LC Filter Design and the Use of Resistive Networks
• Selection and Design of Inductors for LC Filters
• Component Selection for LC and Active Filters
• Normalized Filter Design Tables
• Introduction to Digital Filters
• Finite Impulse Response, Multi-rate, and Infinite Impulse Response Filters
• DSP Technology
• Switched Capacitor Filters
• Introduction to Microwave Filters
• Discrete System Mathematics
Arthur Williams is the Chief Scientist at Telebyte, Inc., a developer and manufacturer of broadband test equipment and data communication products. Previously, he was Senior Staff Engineer and Manager of Engineering for Tellabs, Inc. Author of five books and holder of eleven patents, Mr. Williams has served as a consultant to the industry and is currently the Chairman of the IEEE Circuits and Systems (CAS) chapter on Long Island.
Dr. Fred J. Taylor is co-founder and Chairman of the Board of the Athena Group, a DSP semiconductor silicon intellectual property company and education technology innovator. He is also professor of electrical and computer engineering, and computer and information science engineering at the University of Florida. Author of ten books and holder of three patents, Dr. Taylor serves as a consultant to Fortune 500 companies and government agencies.