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Dividing Networks: 12 dB Per Octave Slopes

  • John M. Eargle

Abstract

The data given in Figure 67 are based on the following equations:
$$ C = {{{0.707}} \left/ {{\left( {2\pi f{X_c}} \right)}} \right.} $$
(67.1)
$$ L = {{{1.414{X_l}}} \left/ {{2\pi f}} \right.} $$
(67.2)
In these equations, Xc and XL represent the nominal impedances of the transducer loads at the chosen crossover frequency. Normally, these values will be 4 or 8 ohms. The crossover frequency is represented by f, and C and L are the calculated values of capacitance and inductance.

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Dynamical System Electrical Engineer Network Topology Reference Data Bold Line 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1994

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  • John M. Eargle

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