S-E

AcronymDefinition
S-EStarr-Edwards (cardiac valve prosthesis)
S-ESpheno Ethmoidectomy
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The slope of attenuation for selected values of a, obtained from the simulations of the proposed F-D filter (colored solid lines) and simulations of its S-E equivalent (black dashed lines) are compared in Table III.
Figure 8 illustrates simulated phase responses of transfer functions of the proposed F-D filter (colored solid lines) and simulations of its S-E equivalent (black dashed lines) from Fig.
The ability to control the cut-off frequency of the proposed F-D filter and its S-E equivalent is depicted in Fig.
The obtained values of the cut-off frequency from the simulations of the proposed F-D filter (colored solid lines) and simulations of its S-E equivalent (black dashed lines) can be compared in Table V.
The phase responses corresponding with the transfer functions of the proposed F-D filter (colored solid lines) and simulations of its S-E equivalent (black dashed lines) from Fig.
Figure 11 compares the DC function of the proposed F-D filter and its S-E equivalent.
The simulation and experimental results showing the ability to control [f.sub.0] of the S-E filter are illustrated in Fig.
Theoretical values of [f.sub.0] for chosen values of [A.sub.1] and [A.sub.2] are the same as in case of the S-E filter {241.51 kHz, 494.18 kHz, 771.66 kHz, 1022.78 kHz}.
A comparison of the experimental results of the S-E and F-D filter is presented in Fig.
Figure 10 shows a comparison of adjustability of [f.sub.0] in case of both the S-E and the F-D filter.
The proper function of the proposed S-E and F-D filter has been verified by PSpice simulation and also by experimental measurements.
S-E form of the proposed filter: a) circuit structure, b) simplified M-C graph