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Terminology for High Pass Filters

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by fulltime, Mar 15, 2007.

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  1. fulltime

    fulltime Guest

    Hi all,

    for low pass filters, if i say the pass band is 0.15PI n stop band is
    0.2PI, tat means freq btwn 0 to 0.15PI can be passed thru while from
    0.15 PI to 0.2PI is the transistion band.

    my qn is, how about high pass filter? How do i describe the pt whereby
    i want to cutoff the frequency that is allowed to pass through? Say
    from 0 to 0.8 PI shld be cut off and I will onli allow freq above
    0.85PI onwards to pass thru?

    is 0.8PI called stop band n 0.85PI called pass band?

  2. Guest

    Hwk ansr is pbly y.
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