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Analog & RF Filter Basics
RF Cafe Quiz #70

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This Analog & RF Filter Basics Quiz targets those of you who are relative newcomers to the world of radio frequency (RF) electronics, but seasoned vets are welcome to give it a go as well. It addresses frequency response and physical construction. Images were obtained from Anatech Electronics documents entitled "Guideline for Choosing RF and Microwave Products" and "Understanding Filter Types and Their Characteristics." Please report any suspected errors to me via e-mail.

 

Anatech Analog Filter Quiz (Q1) - RF Cafe1.  The plot to the right is representative of amplitude and group delay responses for which type of analog filter?

a) Bessel
b) Butterworth
c) Chebyshev
d) Elliptical
e) Ideal

 

 

 

Anatech Analog Filter Quiz (Q2) - RF Cafe2. The photo to the right represents which type of filter construction?

a) Cavity
b) Ceramic
c) Crystal
d) Lumped element L/C (inductor/capacitor)
e) Tubular

 

 

 

Anatech Analog Filter Quiz (Q3) - RF Cafe3.  The plot to the right is representative of amplitude and group delay responses for which type of analog filter?

a) Bessel
b) Butterworth
c) Chebyshev
d) Elliptical
e) Ideal

 

 

 

Anatech Analog Filter Quiz (Q4) - RF Cafe4. The photo to the right represents which type of filter construction?

a) Cavity
b) Ceramic
c) Crystal
d) Lumped element L/C (inductor/capacitor)
e) Tubular

 

 

 

Anatech Analog Filter Quiz (Q5) - RF Cafe5.  The plot to the right is representative of amplitude and group delay responses for which type of analog filter?

a) Bessel
b) Butterworth
c) Chebyshev
d) Elliptical
e) Ideal

 

 

 

Anatech Analog Filter Quiz (Q6) - RF Cafe6. The photo to the right represents which type of filter construction?

a) Cavity
b) Ceramic
c) Crystal
d) Lumped element L/C (inductor/capacitor)
e) Tubular

 

 

 

Anatech Analog Filter Quiz (Q7) - RF Cafe7.  The plot to the right is representative of amplitude and group delay responses for which type of analog filter?

a) Bessel
b) Butterworth
c) Chebyshev
d) Elliptical
e) Ideal

 

 

 

Anatech Analog Filter Quiz (Q8) - RF Cafe8. The photo to the right represents which type of filter construction?

a) Cavity
b) Ceramic
c) Crystal
d) Lumped element L/C (inductor/capacitor)
e) Tubular

 

 

 

Anatech Analog Filter Quiz (Q9) - RF Cafe9.  The plot to the right is representative of amplitude and group delay responses for which type of analog filter?

a) Bessel
b) Butterworth
c) Chebyshev
d) Elliptical
e) Ideal

 

 

 

Anatech Analog Filter Quiz (Q10) - RF Cafe10. The photo to the right represents which type of filter construction?

a) Cavity
b) Ceramic
c) Crystal
d) Lumped element L/C (inductor/capacitor)
e) Tubular

 

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Posted August 19, 2020

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