Analog Filter Design System, SystemModeler, Mathematica, filter topologies
Analog filters are an essential part of modern electronics; however, their design, realization and verification can be arduous and time consuming. This project describes a Mathematica and SystemModeler platform for automated, fast analog filter design and simulation. The platform consists of two key components: I.SystemModeler library of first and second order low-pass, high-pass, band-pass and band-stop filters based on some of the most popular filter topologies: Sallen-Key, Tow-Thomas, State Variable, Multiple Feedback, Bainter and Boctor circuits and II.Mathematica package based on Butterworth, Chebyshev and elliptic frequency response approximations and different filter topologies.
Samardzic, Tatjana, "Analog Filter Design System using Mathematica and System Modeler" (2015). Thinking Matters Symposium Archive. 42.