## What is correct about the ripple factor of LC filter?

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Detailed Solution. So, the Ripple factor is independent of load resistance RL and load current IL.

### What is the condition for low pass filter?

A low-pass filter is a filter that passes signals with a frequency lower than a selected cutoff frequency and attenuates signals with frequencies higher than the cutoff frequency. The exact frequency response of the filter depends on the filter design.

#### Why LC filters are used at high-frequency?

Although not as widely used as low pass filters, high pass LC filters are used in many areas of RF design to remove unwanted signals and allow though the wanted ones. Typically LC filters are used for the higher radio frequencies where active filters are not so manageable, and inductors more appropriate.

**What is the function of LC filter?**

LC filters refer to circuits consisting of a combination of inductors (L) and capacitors (C) to cut or pass specific frequency bands of an electric signal. Capacitors block DC currents but pass AC more easily at higher frequencies.

**Which filter is used to obtain DC voltage with some ripple?**

An electronic filter with high impedance at the ripple frequency may be used to reduce ripple voltage and increase or decrease DC output; such a filter is often called a smoothing filter.

## How do you find the ripple factor of a filter?

Find out Vrms and ripple factor (r) using formula for half wave rectifier with filter as: Vrms= Vrp-p/2√3 and ripple factor (r) =1/ (2√3 f RLC), where Vrp-p is peak to peak ripple voltage. Find out efficiency by formula (η) = (Vdc/Vac)2, where Vac is nothing but Vrms of half wave rectifier.

### What is meant by Butterworth filter?

The Butterworth filter is a type of signal processing filter designed to have a frequency response that is as flat as possible in the passband. It is also referred to as a maximally flat magnitude filter.

#### What is the ripple factor of a half wave rectifier?

1.21

Half Wave Rectifier Formula The ripple factor of a halfwave rectifier is 1.21.

**How can I prevent my LC filter from peaking?**

You’ll want to be wary of an underdamped response of the LC filter as it could result in peak amplitude at the frequency. To prevent peaking, a parallel damping RC element is added to the LC filter. It helps if you’re able to simulate the LC filter with an industry-leading PCB design and analysis software.

**What is an LC filter in an amplifier?**

SLAA701A–October 2016–Revised November 2016 LC Filter Design ABSTRACT In higher-power class-D amplifiers, generally above 10 W of output power, a filter on the output of the amplifier is required. The filter is passive in nature and uses both an inductor and a capacitor on each output terminal. Therefore, it is referred to as an LC filter.

## How does LC filter response vary with speaker load impedance?

The LC filter response also varies with speaker load impedance. The load impedance determines the damping ratio of the output LC filter and is classified as overdamped, critically damped, or underdamped.

### What is the frequency response of a Class D LC filter?

3.1 Output LC Filter Frequency Response Properties The frequency response of the second-order class-D LC output filter is critical when selecting the component values for the inductor and capacitor. The LC filter response also varies with speaker load impedance.